NEWS
Cautious Optimism for W. Canada Spring
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Mar 13, 2014 11:37 AM CDT

Temperatures have soared across Western Canada during the past week to above-normal levels after the region suffered through near record cold during the first week of March. A much more spring-like outlook is looking more likely for the remainder of March.

The weather pattern across Canada and the U.S. has not changed in a big way from what we have seen for the past several months, but it has changed enough to allow Western Canada to enjoy a milder weather pattern as Pacific air and Chinook winds send temperatures to above- and even well-above-normal temperatures at times. As has been ...

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