Warm temperatures, sunny skies expected through the week in Saskatchewan

Environment Canada forecasts warm temperatures and sunny skies across the province through to next weekend.

Hot temperatures expected throughout the province next week

People didn't hesitate to take advantage of the warm, sunny weather gracing Saskatoon on Sunday April 17, 2016. (CBC News)
It's time to pull out the sandals from the back of the closet, spread on some sunscreen and head outside as the sun is expected to continue to shine on Saskatoon and Regina throughout the week.
The Meewasin Valley Authority trails along Spadina Crescent East, where many in Saskatoon enjoyed a warm and sunny Sunday. (CBC News)

Environment Canada projects sunny skies and warm temperatures, in the high teens, for the rest of the week across Saskatchewan.

On Sunday, Saskatoon reached a high of 18 C while the warmth in Regina capped off at 16 C.
In Regina, daily high temperatures are expected to climb and reach 21 C on Wednesday and 22 C by Saturday. In Saskatoon the warmest days will be a bit earlier, with highs on Monday and Tuesday expected to reach 20 C. 
The sun was shining above Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon Sunday. (CBC News)


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