Changeable Temperatures Ahead
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jan 16, 2014 12:09 PM CST

Temperatures across parts of the eastern Prairies have been going through some large swings during the past day or two as a battle between Pacific and arctic air takes place. Given the evolving weather pattern during the next week we should get used to seeing some large day-to-day changes in temperature with the emphasis on the eastern Prairies while warmer Chinook winds may be more dominant for the west.

A gradual return of a weather pattern like we observed during December and early January appears quite likely across Canada, but with the core of the cold air a little further ...

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