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Ferland, SK

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Ferland, SK

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RIGHT NOW
-2.4°C
Feels like -4.5°C
  • Wind WNW 5.4km/h
  • Dewpoint -5°C
  • Humidity 85%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -5°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

5% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: 12°C Low: -1°C

Up to 0.0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H 12°C L 6°C

SW SW 10km/h

THIS EVENING
0.0mm5% chance
H 9°C L -1°C

SW SW 11km/h

OVERNIGHT
0.1mm15% chance
H -1°C L -5°C

WNW WNW 5km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
0.0mm15% chance
H 6°C L -4°C

SE SE 5km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Thursday

H 11°C L -3°C

Friday

H 8°C L -2°C

Saturday

H 9°C L 0°C

Sunday

H 4°C L -3°C

Monday

H 4°C L -5°C

Comparison

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Weather News

Midwest’s catastrophic floods cause widespread damage

March 19, 2019

BROWNVILLE, Neb., (Reuters) – Severe flooding caused by rainfall and melting snow devastated farms and towns in Nebraska and Iowa on Tuesday, leaving at least four people dead and causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, with waters yet to crest in parts of the region for several days. The floods inundated stretches of […] Read more

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Taking a rain check: Australian farmers shun fertilizer purchases as drought lingers

March 19, 2019

SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Australian farmers are postponing buying fertilizer and other products they typically use to protect their crops as a drought across the country’s east coast darkens the outlook for the rural sector in one of the world’s top exporters of grains. Australia is the world’s sixth largest canola producer. Farmers usually begin sowing […] Read more

The post Taking a rain check: Australian farmers shun fertilizer purchases as drought lingers appeared first on The Western Producer.


Farm groups see something for everyone in federal budget

March 19, 2019

Response so far from farm and agribusiness organizations to Tuesday’s pre-election budget suggests the federal government has managed to find at least one line item for everyone in the ag sector. Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s budget pledges compensation for supply-managed sectors facing financial hits from international trade pacts, funding for […]


Southern Man. on alert for spring flooding

March 14, 2019

If there is a blizzard in March or spring rains combined with a fast melt, there is a genuine risk of major flooding this year in southern Manitoba. The Manitoba government and the United States National Weather Service have both predicted increased risk of flooding on the Red River in 2019. If weather conditions are […] Read more

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Ag News

Pulse weekly outlook: Edible beans on move

March 19, 2019

MarketsFarm — Following a lengthy 2018 harvest, Manitoba’s edible bean farmers are optimistic about the 2019 growing season. According to an outlook report published in late December by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, pulse farmers are expected to plant approximately the same amount of acreage as seen in 2018. However, after […]


U.S. grains: Corn, wheat drift lower on weak export demand

March 19, 2019

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. corn and wheat futures closed nearly unchanged on Tuesday, with commodity funds reluctant to add to a heavy net short position despite pressure from slowing export demand for U.S. grains, analysts said. Soybean futures declined as traders awaited news from ongoing U.S. trade negotiations with […]

Dollar puts downward pressure on canola

March 19, 2019

WINNIPEG (MarketsFarm) – ICE Futures canola contracts were weaker at the end of trading on Tuesday, with pressure from a rising Canadian dollar and a decline in soyoil prices. The Canadian dollar pushed above 75 U.S. cents on Tuesday, ahead of the federal Liberal government’s budget, which is being presented this afternoon. May soyoil on […] Read more

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