Cold weather records were dropping all over Saskatchewan on March 31.
In fact, 18 low temperature records were set Monday morning.
They span the province from Uranium City in the north (-35.8 C) to Maple Creek in the south (-13.8).
Some of the records were broken by substantial amounts, including Kindersley, where the mercury dipped to -20.5 -- 7.2 degrees below the previous record.
Key Lake in the north was the coldest place in the province Monday morning at -39, but that wasn't a record.
Regina and Saskatoon, where the lows were -16 and -20.8 respectively, were also colder than usual, although no records were set.