Newsletter - February 2018

Featured topics: New features for ag weather subscriptions, 2017-18 winter summary, Road Weatherlogics, the growing season outlook, and our new website.
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2018 Agriculture Subscriptions Available - Service Begins April 1!

Agriculture weather subscriptions are now available for the 2018 growing season! After listening to your feedback, we have added some great new features to the service for this year. For this growing season, subscribers will still have all the same features from last year, in addition to these new features:

  • Email updates during the day when high-impact weather has developed.
  • New easy-to-read colour schemes for the precipitation, temperature and wind maps.
  • Additional precipitation maps for the day 2 and day 3 forecasts (in addition to the day 1 forecast).
For more information, or to sign up, visit our website:
Manitoba Winter 2018 Climate Summary

This past winter has been a dry one throughout southern Manitoba. The Red River Valley has been the driest with only 10 to 20 mm of precipitation from December to February, which is 20 to 30% of normal. Southwestern Manitoba and the Interlake have been slightly wetter with around 40% of normal precipitation, which amounted to between 15 and 25 mm. The Parklands around Dauphin and Swan River have received 50 to 60% of normal precipitation, which equaled 25 to 30 mm.

The current dryness, combined with a dry year in 2017, will have impacts on the upcoming growing season. Soaking rains this spring would be beneficial, in addition to timely rainfalls and light winds during the summer.
Road Weatherlogics

Weatherlogics launched a new service, Road Weatherlogics, in the fall of 2017. This service predicts road conditions 48 hours in advance anywhere in North America, providing advance notice to trucking companies about hazardous future road conditions or even potential road closures.

To learn more, visit the Road Weatherlogics page at:
Weatherlogics 2018 Summer Outlook

We presented our 2018 growing season outlook at the CropConnect conference in Winnipeg on February 15. The outlook for this summer is similar to 2017, with a few differences. We expect it to remain dry on the southern Prairies, but not quite as dry as last year. The western Prairies will be warm again, while the eastern Prairies experience near normal temperatures. For more information, contact us!
New Website!

Our website got a fresh redesign over the winter. Come take a look and browse our new website!

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

Best Regards,
The Weatherlogics Team

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