By CBC News, June 8, 2017
Crop and hay yields in the southeast could be affected by strong winds, lack of moisture
Strong winds and a lack of rain are creating problems for crops in southern Saskatchewan.
The province’s most recent crop report indicates the scattered showers from May 30 to June 5 left many of the province’s crops with only “trace-to-small” amounts of rain.
“Persistent strong winds and lack of moisture are drying up fields and delaying crop maturity,” it reads.