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2022 Summer Outlook

Weatherlogics has released its outlook for Summer 2022! The outlook covers the expected weather across the Canadian Prairies for the growing season. We held a webinar to discuss our outlook on March 29, 2022. You can watch the webinar at the link below: Watch Webinar The main concern going into

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Agriculture

The Weatherlogics Webinar Series: Prairie Climate

Join Weatherlogics and Antara Agronomy for a Webinar about Prairie climate on January 26, 2022. The webinar will highlight unique aspects of Prairie climate and how they affect agriculture. To join the webinar, simply register at the link below: Click here to Register

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Weatherlogics launches a new winter road safety pilot

Weatherlogics launches a new winter road safety pilot With colder weather approaching, Weatherlogics has launched a new road safety pilot program for winter 2021-22. At Weatherlogics, we use leading-edge technology to provide weather forecasts and this pilot will provide specialized road weather forecasts to trucking companies and commercial fleets through

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Agriculture

The Weatherlogics Webinar Series: The Science of Hailstorms

Register Now Join Weatherlogics and Co-op Hail for a complimentary webinar where we will discuss the science behind hailstorms and how they affect your farm. With your registration, you will have a chance to win a subscription to Weatherlogics for 2022, and a gift bag from Co-op Hail! Our expert speakers will discuss how

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Agriculture

Canadian Prairies: 2021 Final Severe Weather Summary

The Prairie hail season has now mostly come to an end. There may still be occasional small hail events, but severe storms are uncommon after September. Given that the bulk of the season is now in the books, we have compiled a summary of the 2021 season. Across the Prairies,

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Agriculture

Prairie Climate Summary September 2021: Warm and Dry

Warm and Dry September The Weatherlogics September weather story was a return to warm and dry weather across the Prairies. Every station in our climate summary was warmer than normal in September and all but four were drier than normal. Winnipeg, MB also recorded its 35th thirty degree day of

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Agriculture

Canadian Prairies Severe Weather Summary: September 10, 2021

Severe weather summary: September 10, 2021 The past two weeks were active by September standards across the Prairies. Saskatchewan recorded 62 hail reports, including 48 reports that were considered severe (diameter >= 2 cm / 0.75 in). Alberta also recorded a number of hail events, with 38 in total and

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Agriculture

Prairie Climate Summary August 2021: Rain Arrives

Hot Summer Ends; Rain Arrives The Weatherlogics August weather story was the conclusion of a hot summer across the Prairies and the long-awaited arrival of significant rainfall. Calgary and Edmonton, AB both easily recorded their hottest summers on record, with mean temperatures of 18.3 C and 19.1 C, respectively. Saskatoon

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Agriculture

Canadian Prairies Severe Weather Summary: August 27, 2021

Severe weather summary: August 27, 2021 There were a few significant severe weather events over the past two weeks across the Prairies. Most of these events occurred in Saskatchewan, where a significant hail storm impacted Moose Jaw and three tornadoes occurred. These are the first tornadoes to have occurred since

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Agriculture

Canadian Prairies Severe Weather Summary: August 13, 2021

Severe weather summary: August 13, 2021 The past two weeks saw relatively few severe weather reports across the Prairies. For the first time this summer, Manitoba led with 28 reports, followed by Alberta with 24, and Saskatchewan last with 7. There were zero tornadoes reported again across the Prairies, which

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