What is the average temperature in Saskatchewan?
Summers in Saskatchewan are as hot as winters are cold. However, colder temperatures dominate with less than half the year free from freezing temperatures. There is a wide range of variance in temperature in Saskatchewan, with incidents of January temperatures that were above freezing and July temperatures that fell below. During the winter once the cold settles in, it can remain for long durations. There have even been occasions where cold spells have settled in for several weeks at a time. In winter on average, temperature differences between night and day vary by about 10ºC. Summers in Saskatchewan bring a greater amount of variance between the average day and night temperatures, with a difference of 14ºC. Overall though temperatures are more consistent with little variation between the northern and southern portions of the province. Summers in Saskatchewan are hot, but despite the heat there is little humidity and the evenings remain cool.