Weather Helps Canadian Harvest Progress
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Oct 16, 2014 12:16 PM CDT

Another period of very warm and mostly dry weather appears to be setting up for the Canadian Prairies crop belt at this time. The west will turn warmer today while eastern areas may trend cooler during the next day or two before warmer weather returns. The medium range forecast shows high confidence of mostly dry and warm weather for the weekend and early next week. This is nearly ideal for the harvest of crops in the region, so long as the ground is firm enough to support the equipment.

The longer range outlook is a little more uncertain today. The ...

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