Arctic Cold Returns in Canada
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jan 30, 2014 03:13 PM CST

The relatively mild weather across the western Prairies during the past few weeks is history as the arctic cold has returned to all of the region during the past day or two. Below- to well-below-normal temperatures will again be the rule for all of the Prairies during the coming week.

So far during January average temperatures have varied from several degrees below normal across Manitoba to several degrees Celsius above normal across Alberta where arctic chill has been scarce most of the time. Snowfall has been near or a little less than normal and the mild readings across the western ...

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