Surprising Valentine’s Day Stats (Audio)

Surprising Valentine’s Day Stats (Audio)

Feb 14, 2024 | 10:57am
Happy Valentine’s Day from 620 CKRM! Judging by today’s wintery forecast, it’ll be a great night to cuddle up to your sweetheart, eat chocolate, and watch your favourite movies. Valentine’s Day has been around for a long time, possibly since 270 A.D., one year after St. Valentine’s death. Valentine was either a priest or a […]

January in southern Sask warmer and drier than usual

Feb 2, 2023 | 1:58pm

January goes into the record books in southern Saskatchewan as drier and warmer than normal. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang says most of southern Saskatchewan had a mean temperature of three degrees warmer than usual for the month of January. Lang says Regina’s mean temperature was minus 12.3 in January, 2.4 degrees warmer than normal. […]

2022 weather numbers show a colder and drier than normal year for most of Sask

Jan 4, 2023 | 2:17pm

2022 weather stats show a colder than normal and drier than usual year for most of the Saskatchewan grainbelt. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang says Regina, Estevan and Yorkton had temperatures about one degree colder than usual. For moisture, Regina precipitation was 29 percent below normal. She says the eastern grainbelt, notably Estevan, had 9 […]

Stark contrast in 2020 weather between north and south Saskatchewan

Jan 8, 2021 | 5:29am

Environment Canada says 2020 was a strong contrast in weather between north and south Saskatchewan. Weather office meteorologist Terri Lang says the mean temperature in Regina was point 3 degrees warmer than normal, the 20th warmest on record. Lang says the north was cooler than usual. She adds the south was dry while the north […]

Regina and Moose Jaw received twice the normal rainfall in August

Sep 4, 2019 | 6:00am

August rainfall is a tale of two extremes in Saskatchewan. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang says rainfall in Regina and Moose Jaw was twice the normal amount last month, with Regina receiving 96 millimeters or almost four inches. August rainfall in Saskatoon, Yorkton and North Battleford was only half of normal. Farther north, La Ronge […]