It was so cold over the Easter long weekend in Saskatchewan that two communities broke records that were set in the 1890’s.
And this cold weather, Environment Canada says, won’t go away until sometime next week.
On Good Friday (Mar. 30), Moose Jaw reached minus 23 degrees, beating the 1899 mark of minus 22, while Prince Albert was at minus 33, which broke the previous low of minus 32 in 1890.
In places like Assiniboia and Weyburn, temperatures there were around minus 20 on Saturday (Mar. 31).