That winter wonderland we once had in southern Saskatchewan has mostly melted into the ground.
Environment Canada says the average daytime high for this time of the year is around -7C.
However, on Sunday, temperatures were recorded in Regina at +4.4C.
We’re not going to break too many records however this week – but it’s nice to be close.
In 1939, the daytime high soared to 10.6C.
The most snow we’ve had at this time of the year was about 30cm, which is almost 12 inches of the white stuff.