Terri Lang

Alberta Clipper coming through Saskatchewan Thursday

Dec 16, 2020 | 4:16pm

An Alberta Clipper will be hitting Saskatchewan over the next 24 hours, bringing with it some snow and potentially rain. Environment Canada Meteorologist Terri Lang says the storm will move through Saskatchewan throughout the day Thursday. “For the most part, the snow will move into northern parts of the province earlier in the day and […]

Warm winter weather coming to an end this week

Dec 7, 2020 | 11:09am

A shot of warm weather is coming to southern Saskatchewan Tuesday before temperatures return to somewhat normal. Environment Canada’s Terri Lang says the warm temperatures are in large part thanks to a large upper ridge of high pressure hovering over western Canada. “We’ve seen some record-breaking temperatures — even into the artic — so this […]

Above zero temps expected well into December

Dec 1, 2020 | 8:14am

Cold weather is coming, but it won’t be here for awhile. Environment Canada is predicting highs to be well above zero in Regina this week, with the high on Sunday sitting at plus 5. Meterologist Terri Lang says you can credit a big ridge which is currently building which will mean warm air circulating through […]

As November arrives so does daytime highs in the high teens

Nov 2, 2020 | 10:25am

November is upon us, but some parts of Saskatchewan could reach 20 degrees this week. Regina and Moose Jaw will see temperatures climb into the high teens before a harsh return to reality on the weekend. Environment Canada’s Terri Lang says a ridge of high pressure is the cause of the warm up. “Well we […]

Thunderstorm watches and warnings issued for SW and central Saskatchewan

May 26, 2020 | 4:48pm

Severe thunderstorm watches and warnings are in place for southwest and central Saskatchewan Tuesday afternoon and evening as a system tracks over the province. This comes as the Radisson weather radar tower is experiencing an unplanned outage. Crews are still working to determine the cause of the outage. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang says both […]

Record breaking lows experienced across Saskatchewan Monday morning

May 11, 2020 | 9:42am

Record breaking cold swept across much of Saskatchewan Monday morning. According to Meteorologist Terri Lang, Regina and Moose Jaw dropped to -11 C and -10 C, breaking records set back in the late 1940’s. However when asked about a warm up, Lang was optimistic for later this week. “It looks like we’ll be back to […]

Snow, blowing snow and cold wind chills expected as a significant weather system tracks across Sask. on Wednesday

Jan 7, 2020 | 10:11am

Saskatchewan is going to get another stark reminder that it’s January Tuesday night and Wednesday, with a classic blast of winter weather. A system moving in from southern Alberta will spread throughout southern and central Saskatchewan, bringing snow and blowing snow along with strong winds and dangerous wind chills starting Tuesday evening and lasting throughout […]

Warm temperatures could mean a brown Christmas in parts of southern Saskatchewan

Dec 18, 2019 | 10:19am

Potentially record breaking temperatures are moving into southern Saskatchewan this weekend, which could mean a brown Christmas for some next week. Environment Canada’s Terri Lang said the warm temperatures are a result of the jet stream shifting combined with Chinook winds. “The jet stream is a delineator between cold air to the north and warm air […]

Is the snow here to stay? Environment Canada says it could be

Oct 29, 2019 | 6:30am

Environment Canada won’t come right out and say the snow we have received is here to stay, but the days of seeing the ground white with snow could be with us for a while now While temperatures will crawl above zero later this week, there will also be more snow which adds to around the […]

Wide range of weather expected Friday and Saturday for Heritage Classic festivities

Oct 24, 2019 | 10:29am

Despite the forecast calling for sunshine and a high in the upper teens Friday in Regina, things won’t be that nice everywhere in the province. Many people will be on the highway on Friday heading to the Queen City for the Heritage Classic. Environment Canada’s Terri Lang thinks  those travellers could experience some ugly weather. […]