Western Canada to Stay Dry
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Wed Jul 1, 2015 11:21 AM CDT

Showers are expected to fall in a hit-and-miss fashion across most of the Prairies during the next week, leaving many areas with increasing dryness and crops that are falling behind. Temperatures will undergo a cooling trend this weekend before warmth increases again next week.

A weather pattern with many similarities to last winter covers North America at this time. A western North America ridge is bringing hot weather to the western U.S. and southwest Canada while cooler-than-normal readings cover central and eastern Canada into the Midwest.

Like last winter precipitation is having a tough time covering the majority of the ...

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