Weather wise, March was quite the interesting month for Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg said a great number of communities received more snowfall in the month of March alone then than they did at any point through winter’s core months.
“Alot of places across central and southern Saskatchewan saw as much or more snow than from October to February than this past winter,” he said. “It’s been a very snowy March.”
Cragg also elaborated on weather in the Regina area, noting it wasn’t record setting cold, it was still cooler than normal.
“Regina saw temperatures about three and a half degrees colder than average in the month of March.”
“It really has been a winter that’s lingered.”