Saskatchewan’s moisture level is right about where it normally is as we head into winter.
On Thursday, the Water Security Agency released its 2015 Conditions at Freeze-Up Report which shows that most of the province has normal moisture conditions for this time of year.
Some area of eastern Saskatchewan are listed as having higher-than-normal moisture levels . The Pipestone, Qu’Appelle, Assiniboine, Red Deer, Torch, and Carrot River Basins are all above normal.
The long-range forecast for the winter shows below-normal precipitation.
The first Spring Runoff Outlook for 2016 will be released in February 2016.