Saskatoon Weather

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Saskatoon  -20/-17 

Now in Saskatoon

Temperature
-9.0°C
Dew point
-11.0°C
Relative humidity
85%
Feels like
-13.6°C
Wind
S 7km/h
Pressure
-

Saskatoon Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sat
Snow -12 -7
Sun
Sunny -20 -17
Mon
Mostly sunny -22 -13
Tue
Sunny -22 -16
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Canada Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Calgary
Sunny -14 -10 20% -
Charlottetown
Snow -8 -4 20% -
Churchill
Mostly cloudy -28 -26 20% -
Edmonton
Sunny -17 -10 90% -
Fredericton
Mostly sunny -13 -5 40% -
Halifax
Mostly sunny -8 -1 5% -
Hollinger Pit
Snow -7 0 90% -
Hoyle Pond
Snow -7 0 90% -
Iskut
Frost then sunny 0 2 30% -
Kamloops
Sunny -4 2 5% -
Kelowna
Frost then sunny -6 -4 5% -
Legacy Pamour Pit
Snow -7 0 90% -
London
Late shower -1 6 90% -
Montreal
Cloudy -11 -1 90% -
Ottawa
Cloudy -13 3 90% -
Quebec
Cloudy -15 -5 90% -
Regina
Cloudy -16 -16 80% -
Saint John
Mostly sunny -12 -1 80% -
Saskatoon
Sunny -20 -17 60% -
St Johns
Snow -5 -2 20% -
Tailings Dam
Snow -7 0 90% -
Thunder Bay
Snow -3 -1 80% -
Toronto
Mostly sunny -3 6 90% -
Vancouver
Mostly sunny 6 9 20% -
Victoria
Cloudy 4 8 5% -
Whitehorse
Sunny -8 -5 5% -
Winnipeg
Mostly cloudy -16 -15 10% -
Yellowknife
Sunny -32 -25 5% -
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Weather News

Hot horizons for Canberra

12:42 EDT

Canberra will see progressively warmer days this week, peaking in the high 30's.  The mercury will hit the low 30’s this weekend, and reach the mid 30's by the start of the working week.

Coldest maximum summer temperature on record at Thredbo

11:15 EDT

While large parts of the country have been baking or battling bushfire, Thredbo in New South Wales recorded Australia's lowest maximum summer temperature on record.

NSW bushfires surround Sydney but conditions ease for now

10:42 EDT

Conditions have eased since the New South Wales bushfire crisis arrived in Sydney yesterday, but authorities warned that residents were "not out of the woods yet".