It was unseasonably warm for Saskatchewan in November this weekend – and we’ve got the records to prove it.
Temperature records were broke in nine communities. Broadview set a new mark at 20.6 C, breaking a previous record of 19.4 C from 1949.
Moose Jaw hit 20.2 C, beating an old high of 15.8 C from 1997.
Saskatoon saw 19.8 C, breaking a previous record of 17 C.
Records were also broke in Collins Bay, Estevan, Nipawin, Wynyard, Assiniboia and Rosetown.
Swift Current and Leader, Sask., also came close to breaking record temperatures.
Environment Canada said the warmth in province is due to a huge upper level ridge of high pressure. Temperatures are expected to cool off Monday due to a cold front, before returning to unseasonably warm weather for the rest of the week.