Looking for a reliable weather forecast so you can plan your day,
or figure out when to cut the hay?
Here are some of the best sources we've found:
For a general overview of local weather conditions, here is the current information from The Weather Network:
FarmZone weather forecasts provide detailed information by region, including
UV index, sunshine hours, drying index, and corn heat units specific to your farming area.
Another good source for weather news, warnings, historical data, and in-depth review is
The Weather Underground.
They provide a wide variety of weather information, both on their extensive website and optimized for mobile users as well.
Click here to see Infrared
These satellite images provide clear views of clouds and weather systems highlighted with color.
They show storm patterns, air temperature differences, and cloud density.
IR images can be very useful for predicting weather and tracking systems.
AgWeather Atlantic offers in-depth local weather information, tailored specifically for farmers in Atlantic Canada.
Their simple graphic interface gives air temperature, rainfall, wind, and radar information.
To access their forecast, click here:
Environment Canada offers a variety of weather services, including current forecasts, historical weather data, air quality reports, and storm warnings.
To visit their website, click here: