It’s not likely we’ll see too much in the way of significant rain anytime soon in southern Saskatchewan.
And according to Environment Canada, it will remain hot – despite a slight, short cool-down Monday night and Tuesday.
Parched fields and gardens which need the moisture, simply will not get it.
Brad Vrolijk with Environment Canada says some thunderstorm activity in northern and central regions.
But Vrolijk says we won’t see a good soaking.
“Well, not any substantial rain anytime soon,” Vrolijk said. “The chance for rain today will be primarily along the Yellowhead Highway and points-north. It’s not going to relieve any of the problems however.”
Vrolijk says we can expect a bit of a cool-down tonight and into tomorrow – with daytime highs expected in the mid-20s.
Some severe thunderstorms may be experienced later Monday in Regina and southern Saskatchewan regions, however, Vrolijk says they likely will not bring much consistent, significant rain.
A heat warning has been issued for Monday for parts of the southwest corner of Saskatchewan.