The latest crop report says Saskatchewan farmers have three per-cent of the crop in the bin.
Seven per-cent of the 2016 crop has been swathed or is ready to straight cut.
Harvest is on par with the five year average.
A break in rain showers near the end of last week allowed farmers to continue or start with harvest.
Harvest is furthest advanced in the southeast at 8 per-cent combined.
Provincial crops analyst Daphne Cruise says most yields are estimated at five to eight bushels above average, depending on crop.
Canola and spring wheat yields are about five bushels above normal.
Lentils will be about two bushels below average, reaching 20 bushels this year.
But some crops in the southwest will be far worse because of excess moisture, and yield five bushels per acre.
Several areas received close to 50 millimeters or two inches of rain, including Bethune, Earl Grey, Harris and Rosetown.
Topsoil moisture is rated 24 per-cent surplus, 74 per-cent adequate and two per-cent short.
Farmers may have difficulty accessing crop due to all the rain.
The majority of crop loss this past week was due to excess rain.