Some areas flirted with the freezing mark, but not likely low enough to cause serious crop damage.
Environment Canada had been predicting lows of 5 or 6 degrees Celsius, but meteorologist Terri Lang says a couple of factors came into play.
“In behind that big ridge of high pressure that gave us all of the hot temperatures, there was a cool air mass. The other thing was that the (forest fire) smoke and clouds cleared out. The smoke and clouds tend to act as a blanket.”
Only one record was broken at Coronach in southeast Saskatchewan. Here are some of the official low temperatures recorded early Tuesday morning:
Prince Albert +1.7