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Steelman, SK

Current Weather

Steelman, SK

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RIGHT NOW
-13.8°C
Feels like -20.1°C
  • Wind E 10.8km/h
  • Dewpoint -16°C
  • Humidity 82%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -17°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: -14°C Low: -16°C

Up to 0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS EVENING
No
Precipitation
H -14°C L -16°C

E E 13km/h

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H -16°C L -17°C

ESE ESE 13km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
No
Precipitation
H -13°C L -16°C

ESE ESE 12km/h

TOMORROW AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H -10°C L -12°C

E E 11km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Wednesday

H -10°C L -14°C

Thursday

H -12°C L -26°C

Friday

H -20°C L -28°C

Saturday

H -19°C L -21°C

Sunday

H -18°C L -21°C

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January 14, 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 […]


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.


El Nino likely not responsible for warm, dry conditions

December 28, 2018

The above normal temperatures Western Canada has experienced since the fall were not necessarily caused by an El Nino. Rather, to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada the phenomenon that’s likely affected the weather was a ‘blob’ that formed off of the coast of British Columbia. “It’s a big warm pocket of ocean water and that seems […] Read more

The post El Nino likely not responsible for warm, dry conditions appeared first on The Western Producer.

Small efforts can make a big impact on public opinion

December 27, 2018

Canada’s agriculture industry cannot save the planet. About 8.5 to 10 percent of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions come from farming, depending on the method of counting, and agriculture produces 60 million tonnes in carbon dioxide equivalents, based on federal government data. In comparison, China produces about nine billion tonnes annually. If Canadian farmers reduced their […] Read more

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Ag News

Klassen: Fed cattle market lifts feeder prices

January 14, 2019

Compared to last week, western Canadian feeder cattle markets traded $4 on either side of unchanged. Early in the week, the market was rather sluggish but a fortuitous bounce in the live cattle futures quickly spilled over into the feeder complex. Yearlings and heavier calves ended the week $2 to […]

Farming insects may solve one problem, create others

January 14, 2019

Rome | Thomson Reuters Foundation — Insects have great potential as an alternative source of protein, but further research is urgently needed before mass production begins in order to avoid environment disaster, Swedish researchers warned Monday. There is currently an “overwhelming lack of knowledge” on basic questions such as suitable […]


Brazil plans to fight invasions by landless workers

January 14, 2019

Brasilia | Reuters — Brazil’s right-wing government under President Jair Bolsonaro will seek to classify invasions of farmland by landless workers movements as akin to terrorism, with harsher penalties for perpetrators, an agriculture ministry official said on Monday. Nabhan Garcia, land issues secretary at the ministry, said the government must […]

Weaker demand draws down canola

January 14, 2019

Winnipeg– The ICE Futures canola contacts finished the day weaker, pulled down by weak demand for the crop. Chicago Board of Trade soybean, oil and meal contracts were all down too. New customs data released from China this morning showed December soybean imports dropped 40.1 per cent from last year. However, soybean imports in November […] Read more

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Softer beans and canola on lower trades

January 14, 2019

Remaining tucked tightly in its range-bound reality, canola futures retracted slightly today, keeping pace with soybeans, falling $3.60 on the ICE March contract, getting below $480 per tonne, to $479.70. Weak Prairie’s farmer-deliveries were in part to blame for lower canola prices. However some grain analysts are suggesting that the European Union might be starting […] Read more

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Canadian canola demand falling behind year-ago

January 14, 2019

Winnipeg – Canadian canola exports and domestic usage are both falling behind the year ago pace, according to the latest Canadian Grain Commission data. Canada exported only 63,700 tonnes of canola during the week ended Jan. 6, according to the report. That compares with the average weekly movement during the crop-year-to-date of about 200,000 tonnes. […] Read more

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