Hot weather records are being broken all over Saskatchewan this week, with 13 heat records broken on Monday and 12 broken on Tuesday.

Not only is it hot, it's humid too — Environment Canada has issued humidex warnings for Saskatoon and other regions.

The hot spot in the province Tuesday is in the Town of Coronach, where the temperature hit 36.1 C. That wasn't quite hot enough to break the record for that day of 36.9 C set in 2006.

But it was a big contrast to the coldest recorded temperature in the province on Tuesday —12.7 C in Stony Rapids.

The hottest place in Canada was in Garden River, Alta., reaching a high of 36.7 C.

Twelve records fell in Saskatchewan Tuesday and three records were matched.

The highest temperature record broken was in Maple Creek at 34.9 C, up from 32.1 C in 2006.

Here are the communities where records fell on Tuesday, the high temperatures, previous record highs for that day and the year the old records were set:

Community

Tuesday's high (C.)

Old Record Year Set
Buffalo Narrows 32.4  30.0 1998
Collins Bay 30.3 28.1 1998

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

28.7 28.7 1998

Eastend

31.3 31.0 2006
La Ronge 33.1 31.4 1998
Leader 33.6 33.6 1998
Lucky Lake 32.1 32.1 1995
Maple Creek 34.9 32.1 2006
Southend 33.4 29.6 1999
Spiritwood 31.4 30.3 1998
Stony Rapids 32.2 29.6 2002
Uranium City 33.4 28.6 1996
Waskesiu Lake 31.5 31.0

1998

Weyburn 34.6 32.0 1995
Wynyard 31.1 30.3 1998

Source: Environment Canada