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Rain redevelops in the western Canadian Prairies Grain belt
Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jun 13, 2013 11:03 AM CDT
The weather so far this week has featured areas of mostly scattered light showers with some locally heavier in the Canadian Prairies spring wheat and canola areas. Temperatures have varied somewhat with some warm and some cool conditions in the region. The final planting effort may have been allowed to continue for some while others have experienced delays.
A new rain and thunderstorm system is currently moving over Alberta and western Saskatchewan crop areas while areas to the east remain drier and are somewhat warmer than normal. This disturbance is expected to make slow progress through the central and east ...
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