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Viscount, SK

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Viscount, SK

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RIGHT NOW
15.3°C
Feels like 15.3°C
  • Wind SSE 11.5km/h
  • Dewpoint 13°C
  • Humidity 86%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: 17°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: 28°C Low: 16°C

Up to 0.0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS MORNING
No
Precipitation
H 23°C L 16°C

SSE SSE 15km/h

THIS AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H 28°C L 25°C

SSE SSE 16km/h

THIS EVENING
No
Precipitation
H 27°C L 20°C

SSE SSE 13km/h

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H 19°C L 17°C

SSE SSE 13km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Wednesday

H 28°C L 14°C

Thursday

H 23°C L 15°C

Friday

H 25°C L 15°C

Saturday

H 26°C L 15°C

Sunday

H 18°C L 12°C

Comparison

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

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Ag ministers aim for AgriStability upgrades for 2020

July 22, 2019

Coming out of their meeting in Quebec City, Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial ministers for agriculture say they plan to meet again before year’s end to see about improving the AgriStability program for 2020. In a statement Friday, the ministers said they discussed “adjustments that could improve existing (business risk […]


Today’s precipitation

July 22, 2019

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 […]

Heat, shorts and covering raises crops

July 19, 2019

Canola rose on American soybean trades as the market in Chicago appeared to be busy covering short positions on the big oilseed. Combined with hot and dry weather in the region and the coming forecasts for the Midwest soybeans were up 20.25 US cents per bushel for August, September and November contracts. Soybeans finished the […] Read more

The post Heat, shorts and covering raises crops appeared first on The Western Producer.


Normal frost dates threaten delayed crops

July 18, 2019

Weather is running the North American commodity markets for now, as current supply and demand takes the backseat and farmers plan for a normal fall progression. “The markets will look to the weather every week now,” says Arlan Suderman, chief commodities economist at brokerage INTL FCStone. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration declared the […] Read more

The post Normal frost dates threaten delayed crops appeared first on The Western Producer.

El Nino dies and births higher prices

July 12, 2019

Weather is running the markets. With the WASDE out of the way for July, a hotter, drier forecast for the American Midwest send grain traders into a bullish stance, and prices rose for the end of the week. The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration declared El Nino dead this morning. Their Australian counterparts […] Read more

The post El Nino dies and births higher prices appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

U.S. livestock: Cattle futures rally on corn futures slump

July 22, 2019

Chicago | Reuters – Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) feeder cattle futures inched upward on Monday, as corn futures fell sharply and traders hoped that feed costs will continue to remain under pressure. Meanwhile, lean hog futures faced choppy trading on Monday as the market wrestles with continued expectations for – […]


Livestock producers receive tax relief for 2019

July 22, 2019

Drought in Western Canada and Quebec has prompted the federal government to release an initial list of regions eligible for livestock tax deferrals. The livestock tax deferral provision allows livestock producers in prescribed drought, flood or excess moisture regions to defer a portion of their 2019 sale proceeds of breeding […]

India set for record edible oil imports as scanty rains trim output

July 22, 2019

MUMBAI, (Reuters) – India’s edible oil imports are likely to rise 7.3 percent in 2019/20 to a record high as weak monsoon rains curtail yields of summer-sown oilseeds such as soybeans and groundnut, a senior industry official said. Higher purchases by the world’s biggest edible oil importer could support palm oil prices that are under […] Read more

The post India set for record edible oil imports as scanty rains trim output appeared first on The Western Producer.


India’s summer crop planting down nearly 7%

July 22, 2019

NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – Indian farmers planted an array of summer-sown crops on 56.7 million hectares, down 6.9 percent year on year, agriculture ministry data showed on Friday, narrowing the sowing gap estimate from the previous week. Farmers start planting rice, corn, cotton, soybeans, sugarcane and peanuts among other crops from June 1, when monsoon rains are […] Read more

The post India’s summer crop planting down nearly 7% appeared first on The Western Producer.

Brazil soybeans lose protein, China sales at risk

July 22, 2019

SAO PAULO, (Reuters) – The protein content in Brazilian soybeans fell for the first time in four harvests in 2018, according to preliminary government data, a development that has already cost Brazilian companies business with top buyer China. Declining protein levels in Brazil, the world’s top soybean supplier, spell trouble for exporters who are faced […] Read more

The post Brazil soybeans lose protein, China sales at risk appeared first on The Western Producer.

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