A phenomenal change in the weather pattern has occurred in Canada, the prairies suddenly turning wet. This may be due to sharp weakening of the La Nina over the past month.
Generous rainfall has developed in Canada’s prairie farm belt in recent weeks, more than twice the normal amount in central Alberta and Saskatchewan. Manitoba received 60-85% of normal rainfall.
Conditions were so wet that a large moisture surplus has built up in the western prairies , 40-75 millimeters in western Saskatchewan and eastern Alberta... subscribers continue to full story...