Warm and Dry — Western Canadian #Harvest16 Weather Forecast

Could the great dry up finally be on for Western Canada? Will we stay frost-free to Thanksgiving?

Real Agriculture’s Shaun Haney is joined by senior agriculture meteorologist for DTN Bryce Anderson to talk current weather trends for Western Canada —  including what’s behind the cool, wet weather trend most farmers have been grappling with for some time.

In the quick re-cap below, Anderson pegs the first hard frost well into the first week of October, and explains why we should see a drying trend for the Prairies. He also explains what a Bermuda high is and how its been flexing its muscle into the Midwest and that’s pushed wet, cool weather north. Give it a listen.

Categories: Harvest / Weather / Western Canada