The map below from Environment Canada shows a 40-60% probability that precipitation will be BELOW normal across the Prairies for May-June-July 2018. The probability that precipitation will be ABOVE normal is 10-30%. That means the forecast leans to the dry side. Find both maps here.
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Map of the Week – Temperature forecast probabilities
This map shows a slight probability for higher than average temperatures for September to November 2018. Go here to see probability maps for higher than normal, normal and lower than normal temperatures to see how this map was made.
Map of the Week – precipitation
Some areas got rain during the week ending May 29, some didn’t. This map shows accumulation across the Prairies for the week. The second map shows accumulation since September 1. Click here for a PDF version Click here for a PDF version For provincial soil moisture maps, click the province below. Manitoba (Using the menu…
Map of the Week – Precipitation
How much precipitation fell over the past two weeks across the Prairies? This map from AAFC will answer which areas got the most and which got the least. See a PDF of the map.
Map of the Week – general precipitation
Most areas of the Prairies got some rain over the past week, according to this AAFC map. PDF version: Prairie precip map – 7 days up to June 4