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Moisture Update - June 26, 2024


Map 10: For the dry areas of the southwestern Peace Region and through much of the North West and western portions of the Central Regions, this rain, should it fully materialize as forecast, could be just what is needed to give crops a boost.  

July typically marks a return to hot and dry weather across the south, and this should help bring more heat for the crops. However, at least near normal rains will be needed here to help maximize the yield potential of many promising crops. Elsewhere, July is historically the wettest month of the year (Map 10), which bodes well for many of the drier areas that have seen less than adequate moisture so far this season. In contrast, for the soggy areas of the central Peace Region, the prospect of near normal July rainfall may not be needed at this time, and a few weeks of warm dry weather would be welcome.

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