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Agroclimate National Risk Report – June 9 to 23, 2020

This report provides timely information on the regional agroclimate conditions, risks, and impacts across Canada. Reports are produced on a bi-weekly basis.

National overview

The most significant climate-related risks to agriculture in Canada as of June 23 were excessively wet conditions in British Columbia and Alberta and emerging dry conditions in parts of Saskatchewan, Quebec and the Maritimes.

The forecast for the next two weeks looks favorable with above normal temperatures and precipitation expected in most regions. In Eastern Canada, forecast precipitation will help alleviate dry conditions and support crop development. Additional precipitation in parts of Western Canada especially northern British Columbia and Alberta could compound excess moisture issues.


14 Day Accumulated Precipitation (mm) June 9 to June 22, 2020
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60 Day Precipitation Percentile April 23 to June 22, 2020
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Provincial Conditions


This report was created with help from our network of Agroclimate Impact Reporter volunteers. Each month, they help us report on current conditions and weather-related risks to Canada’s agriculture sector. Join the network if you are interested in becoming an Agroclimate Impact Reporter.

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