NEWS
Arctic Air To Remain King
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Dec 5, 2013 11:13 AM CST

Arctic air has taken over across much of central and western Canada and down across the western half of the U.S. during the past few days, sending temperatures to well below normal levels. Bitter cold temperatures along with windy conditions at times will continue to make being outdoors rather miserable for these areas.

A large arctic high pressure area extending from eastern Alaska down through western Canada will keep mostly dry weather in place, but by early next week we may see some light snow fall across the Prairies as a reinforcing shot of cold arrives. Snowfall prospects may improve ...

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