Weather Conditions and Reports

Manitoba's ag weather program measures and records data year round from over 100 weather stations across agro-Manitoba. The stations monitor air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, precipitation, wind speed and direction, solar radiation, soil temperature, and soil moisture. The latest weather conditions from each station are made available every 15 minutes throughout the growing season and every hour during the winter months. 

Special Maps

Weekly Crop Weather Report and Maps

The latest weather report and maps are made available every Monday year round. Subscribe to receive a weekly distribution of seasonal reports and maps by email.

 Higher resolution maps are available on request.

  • Seven-Day Accumulated Precipitation Map (PDF 786 KB)  (April 05- April 11, 2021)  shows that precipitation across agro-Manitoba ranged from 0 mm to 25 mm in the past seven days at our weather station locations.  Pinawa (25 mm), Lac Du Bonnet (23 mm), and Selkirk (22 mm) were the top three locations with the highest precipitation. Most of the precipitation was observed in the East.
  • Total Accumulated Precipitation Map (PDF 797 KB) (November 01 - April 11, 2021) shows the total precipitation amount since the beginning of November.  The Pas (111 mm) reported the highest total accumulated precipitation since November 1, 2020, followed by Pinawa (87 mm) and Sprague Lake (71 mm).  Most of the East and Northwest have accumulated more than 30 mm.
  • Percent of Normal Accumulated Precipitation (PDF 788 KB) (November 01 - April 11, 2021)  is based on historical record over a 30-year period. The Pas (127%), Dauphin (73%), and Pinawa (73%) are the top three locations with the highest percent of normal precipitation.  Woodlands has the lowest percent of precipitation compared to the 30-year average at 13%.
  • Mean Temperature Difference (PDF 781 KB) (November 01 – April 11, 2021) illustrates how the average temperature since November 1 has varied from the 30-year normal temperatures. All stations in Manitoba reported mean temperature differences above normal. Mean temperature differences varied from 1°C above normal (Ruthenia) to 6°C above the 30-year average at St. Pierre. Much southern agro-Manitoba had a mean temperature difference between 2°C and 4°C above normal.
The information on the maps provides regional representation. Field-specific conditions may be different from the information provided on the maps.


Other links of interest to access current weather conditions recorded at each station:

Seasonal Maps

First Fall Frost

Monthly Precipitation 2020


Seasonal Reports

Visit the Seasonal Reports page for information on progress in seeding and crop establishment, crop development, pest activity including weeds, insects and disease, harvest progress, crop yields and grades, fall field work progress, and status of winter cereal crop seeding and establishment. Information on haying progress and estimated yields, as well as pasture conditions is included.5