Farmers Almanac releases fall forecast for southern Saskatchewan

The latest edition of the Farmers Almanac says there should be good harvest weather in the coming month for farmers in southern Saskatchewan.
Managing Editor Sandi Duncan says the rest of September in this province should be dry and warm.
“It looks like September is going to be still quite warm, so probably pretty good for the harvest,” said Duncan. “But towards the end, and into October, October’s going to transition  into a pretty stormy and turbulent month. In fact, usually October looks quite nice, but we’re actually saying it’s going to be wetter than normal.”
Duncan says the prairie winter will be colder than normal with average to below average snowfall.
The Farmers Almanac says next spring will see a late April snowstorm, with a hot summer and average rainfall.

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