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Marshall, SK

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Marshall, SK

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Feels like -36.1°C
  • Wind W 22.2km/h
  • Dewpoint -27°C
  • Humidity 76.3%
  • Pressure 1022 kPa


Tonight: -22°C

Outlook for today


0% chance of precipitation


High: -13°C Low: -20°C

Up to 0.0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

H -17°C L -20°C

WNW WNW 22km/h

H -13°C L -16°C

NW NW 25km/h

H -14°C L -18°C

WNW WNW 20km/h

H -18°C L -22°C

NW NW 16km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›


H -16°C L -24°C


H -12°C L -18°C


H -8°C L -15°C


H -5°C L -9°C


H 0°C L -6°C


Highest temp Lowest temp Overnight low Strongest wind Rainfall
Today (so far) --°C 0.0mm
Yesterday --°C 0.0mm

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March 31, 2020

Data 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 CoCoRaHS system […]

Saskatchewan crop insurance deadline pushed to mid-April

March 30, 2020

The month-end deadline for Saskatchewan farmers to finalize contracts with the provincial Crown crop insurance agency for 2020 has been moved to April 13. Provincial Agriculture Minister David Marit and federal Ag Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau on Monday announced the extension on farmers’ deadline to “apply, reinstate, cancel or make changes” […]

Port of Thunder Bay resumes shipping grain

March 30, 2020

The Port of Thunder Bay has reopened for the season and is already shipping products including grain. The 2020 navigation season officially began Thursday with the arrival of the tug Sharon M1 and barge Huron Spirit. The vessel combination came abeam of the Mission Pier entrance at 9:30 p.m. local […]

Variable winter weather brings uncertainty

February 20, 2020

BRANDON — Late-season rain wreaked havoc on the 2019 harvest, but those conditions helped restore topsoil moisture to key growing regions. However, since then snow coverage has been variable across the Prairies, causing some to wonder if the coming growing season will get off to a rocky start. “If we take a look at rainfall […] Read more

The post Variable winter weather brings uncertainty appeared first on The Western Producer.

Summer forecast points to average Prairie temps and more rain

February 14, 2020

Winnipeg,(MarketsFarm) – The Canadian Prairies should see higher-than-normal precipitation and generally average temperatures during the 2020 growing season, according to a forecast from Scott Kehler of Weatherlogics. Speaking at the CropConnect 2020 conference in Winnipeg, Feb. 13, Kehler said “there’s not really a strong pattern one way or the other,” when it comes to the […] Read more

The post Summer forecast points to average Prairie temps and more rain appeared first on The Western Producer.

Normal spring runoff likely

February 13, 2020

A preliminary spring runoff forecast indicates near normal runoff in Saskatchewan even though snowfall accumulation is well below normal. The Water Security Agency said the extremely wet fall of 2019 will increase the chances of higher runoff. Most regions in the south had lots of precipitation in the fall and the wettest areas were around […] Read more

The post Normal spring runoff likely appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

Canola mixed amid China rumours

March 31, 2020

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished mixed on Tuesday, with strength in nearby contracts due to short covering. Earlier in the day, rumours swirled regarding China increasing its Canadian canola imports. However, the Western Producer confirmed that China will continue to block shipments from Richardson International and Viterra Inc. Canola seed […] Read more

The post Canola mixed amid China rumours appeared first on The Western Producer.

U.S. edible bean acres to increase, but other pulses down

March 31, 2020

Winnipeg, March 31 (MarketsFarm) – Farmers in the United States intend to plant more edible bean acres in 2020, but will seed less peas, lentils and chickpeas, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Prospective Plantings Report. Edible bean area in the country is forecast at 1.372 million acres, which would be up roughly seven […] Read more

The post U.S. edible bean acres to increase, but other pulses down appeared first on The Western Producer.

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