NEWS
Lower Temps Ahead for West
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu May 9, 2013 01:55 PM CDT

A recent turn to very warm and sometimes hot weather in Alberta and western Saskatchewan crop areas has likely improved conditions for seeding and for spring fieldwork. Soil moisture is adequate for development of winter crops and for any early-planted spring crops but may be diminishing somewhat.

The weather during the balance of this week and this coming weekend will feature mostly dry weather or with only a few light showers. Temperatures vary somewhat, as it is relatively warm today but will be colder Friday and early Saturday before warming again Sunday.

The outlook for next week suggests a rapid ...

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