Canada: Warmest April on record follows winters invisible drought

Record: The "invisible drought" is now easier to see. Waterloo Region -- and most of southern Ontario -- just finished the warmest April on record, after one of the driest winters in 70 years. The low water levels in rivers and creeks are more typical of midsummer than spring. Farmers are already irrigating parched fields to coax newly planted seeds to sprout. Allergy season arrived three weeks early, without any steady rains to clean the air. It's the opening weekend for Grand ......

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