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Decent weather finally in the forecast for those still harvesting

There’s a relatively good outlook for harvest weather this coming week in southern Saskatchewan.
 
Combining is just over half done after numerous delays from recent rain and snow.
 
Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips said the forecast is for cool and relatively dry weather this week followed by a warm up.
 
“Certainly we see a little bit of a break the next seven days, we see some sunshine, temperatures are again going to be five to seven degrees cooler than normal, but when we get to mid week we see temperatures going up, for example Regina will be around 15 with lots of sunshine, typically they’re around 11 this time of year,” Phillips said.
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