A streak of hot weather in Saskatchewan broke temperature records across the province Saturday, Environment Canada said.

More than 20 communities set new temperature marks, and the weather agency said the province is on track to have the warmest September on record.

Saturday's record highs include:

  • Regina, which shattered a 1914 record by reaching a high of 33.6 C
  • Saskatoon, which broke a 1928 record of 31.1 degrees by reaching a high of 33.5 C

Rosetown was the warmest spot in Saskatchewan at 35.4 C.

Temperatures are expected to dip a bit Sunday, with rain and a forecast high in the teens.

But Environment Canada said it's expected to warm up again as the week progresses.