Newsletter - March 2019

Featured topics: Agriculture subscriptions, spring outlook, February climate summary, climate data portal.
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Agriculture Subscriptions Now In Saskatchewan!

Weatherlogics is excited to announce that our agriculture service has expanded into Saskatchewan! We are also offering this service for parts of the northern United States - see below for more details.

Agriculture subscription are currently on sale for a limited time! If you sign up before April 1, receive $50 off your subscription. This year we're also including a number of exciting new features!
  • Service now available in Saskatchewan, northeastern Montana, northern North Dakota, and northwestern Minnesota.
  • Hourly forecasts graphs for the first 36 hours of the forecast.
  • Farm-specific forecasts based on your exact location.
For more information, visit our website:
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Agriculture Subscription Free Trial

Weatherlogics will be doing a test of our forecasting systems from March 12 to 16 in advance of the upcoming growing season. Anyone interested in our services can participate in this test and receive free forecasts during that week. This is a great opportunity to test our our agriculture service ahead of the growing season. Just click the button below to sign up.
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When Will Spring Arrive?

The image above shows the expected temperature anomalies from March 13 to 20 across North America. This image shows the output from a modelling system which combines many American and Canadian models together, to produce a probability of above or below-normal temperatures. Most of Canada is expected to be near (purple) or above-normal (orange/red) from March 13 to 20, while a wide swath of the western US is expected to remain colder than normal (blue). This suggests that most of Canada will begin to see some hints of Spring as we move later into March. However, the lack of widespread above-normal temperature anomalies in southern Canada indicates that it probably won't be an immediate switch to spring. Occasional cold-air oubreaks remain possible through the rest of the month, but temperatures should definitely be trending warmer than what we experienced in February.

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

February Climate Summary

February was a very cold month across the Prairies, with most locations experiencing a top-6 coldest February on record.
Calgary and Edmonton were the coldest cities compared to normal, experiencing anomalies in the double digits. However, Regina and Saskatoon had the coldest mean temperatures, at -23.5 and -24.2 C, respectively. Winnipeg only experienced its 22nd coldest February on record, while Brandon had its 6th coldest February.

All major cities also experienced more precipitation than normal in February. However, the precipitation records did not rank as highly as the temperature records. No locations experienced a top-10 wettest/snowiest February.

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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