Newsletter - April 2019

Featured topics: Agriculture subscriptions, March climate summary, climate data portal.
Hi <<First Name>>,

Agriculture Forecasts Have Begun!

Agriculture forecasts have begun for the 2019 growing season. With the snow melt mostly complete in Saskatchewan, and well underway in Manitoba, the beginning of the growing season is upon us.
Join farmers from all across the Prairies who are already receiving our daily forecast updates. Each dot represents the location of one or more farms that is subscribed to our agriculture weather service.
We are excited to welcome many new customers this year - including those from Saskatchewan! We also have some exciting new features this year:
  • Hourly forecasts graphs.
  • Farm-specific forecasts.
  • Additional rain/snow maps.
  • Expanded forecast area.
While our forecasting has already begun, you can still sign up! If you sign up today, you'll receive daily forecasts from us (except Sunday), until October 31. For more information, visit our website:
Click for Details

March Climate Summary

March was another colder-than-normal month across the Prairies, but not nearly as cold as February. However, it was a record dry month in both Regina and Winnipeg.
Winnipeg and Brandon were the coldest cities compared to normal, while Edmonton was only slightly below normal. The main story in March was the lack of precipitation, with both Winnipeg and Regina having their driest March on record. Both cities only experienced 0.8 mm of precipitation. While other cities on the Prairies weren't record dry, they were all much drier than normal. All major cities listed in the table above had a top-20 driest March, with most in the top-11 driest.

Climate Data Portal

Weatherlogics is beginning to make its climate data available to external users. We have created several APIs which allow users to access our data. Documentation about our APIs, and available locations, is available by clicking the button below. To use our APIs, you must be assigned an API key. Please contact us if you would like to receive access. In the coming months we will also be providing data access through a more user-friendly website, stay tuned for more details.
Climate API Info

Please do not hesitate to contact us at if you have any further questions or comments.

Best Regards,
The Weatherlogics Team

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