NEWS
Cold Temperatures Return
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Apr 10, 2014 01:39 PM CDT

Warm weather was welcomed across the Canadian Prairies earlier this week but as fast as the warmth arrived it is leaving town. A return of colder-than-normal temperatures for most of the region appears to be the likely scenario as we move into the weekend through most of next week.

The reasons for the colder temperature outlook is due to an amplifying upper-level trough across western to central Canada during the next several days, allowing for another cold high pressure area to move from northwest to west-central Canada. This is a pattern that has repeated itself numerous times during the past ...

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