This summer is expected to be similar to last, spelling good news for some and bad news for others.
The Weather Network has released its summer forecast for the country and Saskatchewan is expected to have another hot, dry season.
“Temperatures have been, so far, on the warm side in May but we have been really dry this spring,” said Dayna Vettese, meteorologist with the Weather Network.
“(It) unfortunately looks like those dry conditions are going to continue into the summer months.”
While the weather will benefit people heading to the lake and participating in summer recreation, farmers could be facing a second-straight drought.
“It’s going to be another difficult year on tap for the agricultural industry,” Vettese said.
“There really isn’t a lot of soil moisture to work with.”
The Weather Network is also predicting temperatures across the province will be above the summer average of 25 C.
“If you’re looking to go camping or head to a lake, do some fishing … it should be a decent summer for that,” she said.