RealWeatherWatch – Will Ontario Get the Rain it Needs this Summer? – Drew Lerner

A great deal of Ontario is off to a great start. Everyone has tried to put last year’s cool wet spring behind them and the ideal spring of 2012 has helped.  This year farmers wish that some of that spring moisture would return.   The ill timed and over abundant moisture that put producers in a tough spot last season seems to be a little more timely and a little less abundant this time around. The question now is, will we get that rain when we need it this summer?

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Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. helps provide a little insight with regard to that question in this episode of the RealWeatherWatch. We asked Drew what the moisture patterns look like this summer and if producers can count on those timely rains to keep things rolling through to harvest.

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