NEWS
Prairies Crop Outlook
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:08 PM CDT

Synopsis: The region has continued to experience episodes of scattered showers and thundershowers during the past seven days. These showers were mostly light early in this period, but they did become locally heavy during the middle to late part of the seven-day period. Strong thunderstorms led to locally heavy rainfall and even several reports of hail during the period. The hardest hit area appears to have been in southeast Saskatchewan and in southern Manitoba. This is an area that is still trying to recover from early-season flooding and does not need any more heavy rains at this point. Temperatures early ...

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