John Paul Cragg at the Weather Office says Regina’s average temperature of 2.1 degrees surpasses the 1899 record by 7-tenths of a degree.
Environment Canada says new records were set in Regina, Estevan, Key Lake and Yorkton.
Cragg says the warm weather was due to a ridge of high pressure, drawing warm air from the U.S.
He says temperatures are going to see a drastic drop next week, with daytime highs of minus 14.
But he says the long range outlook for December is average temperatures.
November was a sharp contrast to October, which was the wettest ever in Yorkton and Moose Jaw and the third wettest October ever in Regina.