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Goodeve, SK

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Goodeve, SK

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RIGHT NOW
-15°C
Feels like -22°C
  • Wind NW 12.2km/h
  • Dewpoint -17°C
  • Humidity 85%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -16°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: °C Low: °C

Up to mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H -13°C L -16°C

NW NW 14km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
No
Precipitation
H -12°C L -17°C

SW SW 11km/h

TOMORROW AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H -5°C L -9°C

SW SW 15km/h

TOMORROW EVENING
No
Precipitation
H -7°C L -8°C

SSW SSW 15km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Wednesday

H -8°C L -24°C

Thursday

H -16°C L -25°C

Friday

H -16°C L -18°C

Saturday

H -11°C L -21°C

Sunday

H -21°C L -31°C

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January 21, 2019

Data and maps from weather stations across the Prairies are available to Glacier FarmMedia members at the WeatherFarm website, where you can also sign up for a daily forecast email for your area. On the go? Get the WeatherFarm mobile app, available for iPhone and Android devices. To learn more about the […]

Brazil ag minister eyes indigenous land for commercial farming

January 18, 2019

Brasilia | Reuters — Brazil should open indigenous land to commercial farming, Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina Dias said on Friday, while also seeking to soften many of President Jair Bolsonaro’s controversial stances on native people and the environment. Farmers form a key base of support for right-wing firebrand Bolsonaro who […]


Flea beetles top Manitoba’s 2019 watch list

January 18, 2019

Cold temperatures hitting Manitoba won’t do much to hurt flea beetles overwintering, leaving the pest as a major concern for canola farmers heading into spring. Flea beetle numbers were quite high in Manitoba in 2018, making them “probably at the top of the list of (insects) to watch out for […]

Prairie farmers may face wet summer

January 17, 2019

ST JEAN BAPTISTE, Man. — The drought in the western Prairies and the heat wave in the eastern Prairies shouldn’t continue in 2019’s growing season. But while heat and moisture will return to more normal levels, the eastern Prairies will probably face a more severe thunderstorm season. Those are key conclusions of meteorologist Scott Kehler […] Read more

The post Prairie farmers may face wet summer appeared first on The Western Producer.


Last year called world’s fourth warmest

January 17, 2019

OSLO, Norway (Reuters) — Last year was the fourth warmest on record, extending a scorching streak driven by a buildup of man-made greenhouse gases, the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service said Jan 7. Average world surface air temperatures were 14.7 C in 2018, just 0.2 C off the highest, it said in the first […] Read more

The post Last year called world’s fourth warmest appeared first on The Western Producer.

Alta. wind challenges drivers

January 10, 2019

The wind warning sign along Highway 3 in southern Alberta, west of Lundbreck, read 181 km-h when it blew down. The locals, accustomed to strong winds typical of the region, appreciated the irony. The few semi-trailer drivers and people pulling holiday trailers, who took their chances along that highway and the north-south route of Highway […] Read more

The post Alta. wind challenges drivers appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

Railways ration space as commodity congestion problems worsen

January 21, 2019

Winnipeg | Reuters — Canada’s two major railways are rationing space on trains traveling to the country’s biggest port and recently prioritized some commodities over others to deal with congestion, the latest indication of their struggle to meet demand from new trade deals. That move prompted Canada’s transport regulator last […]


Louis Dreyfus to exit dairy by mid-2019 as part of overhaul

January 21, 2019

PARIS (Reuters) – Louis Dreyfus Company said on Wednesday it would sell or wind down its small dairy business by the middle of this year as the trading giant focuses on commodities such as grain and oilseeds. Privately held Louis Dreyfus previously earmarked the dairy business as a non-core activity, it said in a statement. […] Read more

The post Louis Dreyfus to exit dairy by mid-2019 as part of overhaul appeared first on The Western Producer.

Brazil shifting to self-monitoring of food, meat plants – minister

January 21, 2019

BRASILIA – Brazil is moving toward a self-monitoring system for food processors, Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina Dias said on Friday, including meatpackers still recovering from an inspection scandal that hurt trade with key markets. Dias said in an interview that the South American nation’s new business-friendly government plans to send draft legislation on self-monitoring to […] Read more

The post Brazil shifting to self-monitoring of food, meat plants – minister appeared first on The Western Producer.


Russia plans tougher grain export controls – reports

January 21, 2019

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s state agriculture watchdog is considering plans to strengthen controls on grain exports, Russian news agencies reported on Saturday. There has been speculation that the world’s largest wheat exporter could limit grain exports later in the 2018/19 season which started on July 1, to keep a lid on domestic prices. Proposals include […] Read more

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