Saskatchewan's spring one of wettest on record
Spring is over and summer is here and according to Environment Canada, it's been a surprising season.
It's been raining a lot and the temperatures are nowhere near normal which is a big a turn around from last season.
"We came out of one of the driest winters on record to perhaps maybe the second or third wettest spring on record," said Environment Canada climatologist David Phillips.
Phillips is finding June in particular has lived up to expectations as the rainiest month of the year.
"But you know I think you are going to be rewarded," said Phillips.
He's forecasting this summer will be warmer and dryer than normal.
The summer season starts Wednesday after 5:00 p.m. with the forecast showing the rain for this week should clear by Thursday.
Edited by CJME's Karen Brownlee.