RealWeatherWatch – The Ontario Forecast is …. Average

Did your parents ever lecture you on not being average?  Well apparently mother nature sees Ontario as pretty average as the forecast is just that.  According to Elena Lappo, The Weather Network, Ontario farmers can expect the next two weeks to be very average in terms of temperature and precipitation.

In this case being aveage is much better than what is currently being experienced in Western Canada, but farmers always want the most ideal weather they can get.  Lets be honest with corn and soybean prices being rather healthy, yield matters and that is so dictated by the weather.

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Have a great average two weeks Southern Ontario.

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