Nipawin & Other SK Towns Dominate List of Coldest Places in the World

As of Friday February 8th 2019, at 10:27 AM CST, 9 out of the top 15 coldest places in the world are in the province of Saskatchewan, with the City of Prince Albert coming in at number one and the Town of Nipawin claiming the title of 8th coldest place in the world on this date, according to the real time, independent data collection at wx-now.com

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Extreme Cold Warning Again for Eastern Saskatchewan


 Monday 28 January 2019 – The entire eastern side, along with most of northern and central Saskatchewan are under an extreme cold warning due to a period of very cold wind chills that are expected.

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Tearing Fire Near Cumberland House Contained at 211 Hectares, New Fire Under Assessment South of Hudson Bay

The fire southeast of Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, called 18HB-TEARING, has now been listed as Contained, with the last surveyed area reported to be 211 hectares. Read more about Tearing Fire Near Cumberland House Contained at 211 Hectares, New Fire Under Assessment South of Hudson Bay

Recent Snowfall Increases Spring Runoff Outlook

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the April spring runoff forecast. Snowfall across most of Saskatchewan was well above normal in March, increasing the runoff potential across the province with northern and southern Saskatchewan showing two different outlooks. Read more about Recent Snowfall Increases Spring Runoff Outlook

Late Winter Storm Hits Province Hard; Over 70 Collisions in 12 Hours

While Nipawin area did not see the worst of this recent winter storm, there where some who fell victim to the icy road conditions, such as this car in the ditch along HWY 55 near White Fox. Across the province, Saskatchewan RCMP responded to 74 motor vehicle collisions on Friday. Only minor injuries were reported as […]

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Nipawin Area May See Above Normal Run-Off But Flood Levels Not Anticipated

On March 13th, 2018, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released an updated spring runoff outlook for 2018, confirming that the early March snowfall across much of southern Saskatchewan has raised projections for a near normal to above normal snowmelt runoff across most of the province, except some drier pockets in southwest and south central Saskatchewan. Read more about Nipawin Area May See Above Normal Run-Off But Flood Levels Not Anticipated

Special weather statement in effect for: Hudson Bay – Porcupine Plain

UPDATE:  Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 at 4:38 AM CST Special weather statement still in effect

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