It looks like it will be an average spring, but the cold spells aren’t over yet.
“I think it’s going to be a bit of a roller coaster. We’re also, I think, going to experience some milder air,” said Gina Ressler, meteorologist with the Weather Network. “At least through the end of March I’d say there are possibilities of some cold spells or some cold snaps because there is still a little bit of that Arctic air up north that we have to work with.”
She said according to the Weather Network’s spring outlook for March, April and May, on average it will feel like a reasonably typical spring in terms of temperature and precipitation.
“We’re actually expecting fairly normal or typical spring temperatures for this time of year,” said Ressler. “We’re kind of expecting everything to average out to near normal conditions for the spring months.”
Average highs in Moose Jaw in March are around 2 Celsius, 12 Celsius in April and 19 Celsius in May.
For more information, see Thursday's edition of the Times-Herald.