Environment Canada says April in southern Saskatchewan was one of the coldest and driest on record.
Meteorologist Brian Proctor says the thermometer averaged 3.6 degrees in Regina in April, one degree colder than normal.
The record warm April was 9.3 degrees in 1980.
He says April was the 9th coldest in 125 years and the 15th driest on record.
Proctor says the forecast for May, June and July expects warmer and drier than normal weather.