Summer arrived in Saskatchewan at 4:07 a.m. Thursday morning.
Environment Canada Senior Meteorologist Dave Phillips looked ahead at what we can expect over the summer.
“What you’ve seen recently, my gosh temperatures above 30, you had a couple of those in May and June as well. I think that’s the flavour, the personality of what we think the summer moths are going to be,” Phillips said.
As for precipitation, he said there was an improvement in June, but adds 25 millimeters a week is needed through the growing season to help crops develop.