NEWS
Crops Score Good Grades
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jul 25, 2013 01:20 PM CDT

A good mix of sunshine, mild weather, and intermittent showers have kept crops on pace for a good yield across the Canadian Prairies so far this summer. Any hot weather has been very brief with the main problems occurring from scattered hail-producing thunderstorms across southern portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan and through a good portion of Manitoba.

High soil moisture conditions still linger across parts of Manitoba, but are on the decline as showery weather has diminished during the recent week or two. The spotty nature of summer rains and thundershowers has brought a few small areas of wet conditions ...

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