Well, it's been a long time in coming.. but it finally looks like southern MB will see an extended spell of sunny warm weather this week. An upper ridge will be building over the Prairies this week, giving warmer temperatures in the mid 20s and more importantly, a lack of precipitation bearing weather systems. This will finally give southern MB a break from a week of heavy rainfall, and a much needed spell of warm weather. Southern MB has basically been below normal temperature wise for the past 8 weeks. This upcoming stretch of warmer weather, along with adequate soil moisture in all regions, will go a long way in accelerating crop development which has been slow due to the cool spring.
Looks like summer weather has finally
8 weeks of below normal weather???
Has it really been that long!!
Yep, pretty much. Over the past 8 weeks, there have been only 6 or 7 days that have been above normal. Check out Winnipeg's graph at..ReplyDelete
Not much red there since April 21st!