The long-range outlook calls for pleasant harvest weather this month across Saskatchewan as combining is about to move into high gear:
Harvest has started in the southwest and will quickly move to the rest of the province.
Environment Canada’s David Phillips sees some unsettled weather for the next day or so and then continued warm dry weather:
“Nothing to sugges that this going to be a wet month,” Phillips said. “If anything, the money is on the fact that it will continue to be dry.”
Phillips expects August’s temperatures to be similar to July, except it will not be as hot.