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Ag Weather Forum
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Feb 4, 2016 10:13 AM CST

So far this winter we have seen El Nino's effects more dominant than the more normal arctic cold. During the next week to 10 days, some of both may come to the Prairies and set up temperature extremes from east to west and allowing some to see large gyrations in temperature.

A quick recap of January's climate across Western Canada from tabulations of key weather stations shows that El Nino type weather prevailed even though a couple of short periods of cold conditions did occur. Provincial temperature departures west to east from Alberta to Saskatchewan and Manitoba respectively were plus ...

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