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Saskatchewan Weather

Saskatchewan, the "sunniest place in Canada," averages 2,435 hours of sunshine each year.

There are four distinct seasons in Saskatchewan and the temperatures can fluctuate - at times, drastically.

The summers are generally warm and dry, and high temperatures of 90 - 95 F (mid-30's C) in July and August are common. Autumn is pleasant and mild; winter begins in November and is very cold, with temperatures remaining below freezing. Spring arrives around April.

Spring and summer months are the rainiest periods, except in the southwest where there is a risk of drought. Snowfall in the winter is light, but high winds often cause blizzard conditions.

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Seasonal Temperature Averages:

High / Low Temperatures ( Fahrenheit )

(Jan) 30/-24 (Feb) 27/-19 (Mar) 32/-20 (Apr) 44/22

(May) 56/26 (Jun) 70/40 (Jul) 70/49 (Aug) 70/52

(Sep) 72/40 (Oct) 46/24 (Nov) 40/18 (Dec) 31/-24


High / Low Temperatures ( Fahrenheit )

(Jan) 28/-27 (Feb) 24/-14 (Mar) 34/-18 (Apr) 55/22

(May) 63/31 (Jun) 70/42 (Jul) 72/52 (Aug) 72/50

(Sep) 76/44 (Oct) 48/22 (Nov) 47/18 (Dec) 26/-24

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This page was last updated on July 14, 2016.