W. Canada Dryness Expands
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu May 28, 2015 01:05 PM CDT

Crop seeding progress continues to march along at rates not seen in a decade or more for most of the Prairies helped along by the warm, dry spring weather of the past several weeks. While most areas are finding early and great success with this year's seeding operations, there are still some areas reporting some problems.

An upper level jet stream flow pattern across Canada dominated by a western ridge and east-central trough during the past few weeks has brought an early spring and less-than-average precipitation for most areas. The weather has probably been about as good as it can ...

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