Farmers across the eastern provinces may finally be getting a break from the extreme moisture thats been flooding parts of Quebec and delaying planting for farmers in parts of Ontario. It may be uncomfortably humid, but a welcome change from soaked homes and fields.
How will the rest of the Spring shape up? What can we expect for the summer growing conditions for crops planted later than usual? What will the Fall look like, will we have an extended Fall or can we expect the cold air earlier than normal? I asked Drew Lerner of World Weather Incorporated those questions recently when I reached him at his office in Overland Park, Kansas.
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