The dry, hot weather continues in southern Saskatchewan and according to the weather office, we won’t see much in the way of rain at all.
Environment Canada‘s Monday forecast calls for clear, hot and dry conditions until the weekend.
Even then, according to meteorologist David Baggaley, there’s not much rain in the forecast after that.
There is a significant difference to the north of Regina, where a rainfall warning has actually been issued point north of Prince Albert.
Expect daytime highs to reach or exceed 30C.