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Source: CBC News, September 17, 2019 

Hot spot was Moose Jaw, at 33.6 C

From cool, rainy weather one week, to sweaty, record-smashingly hot weather the next. Such is life in Saskatchewan.

Temperatures rose so high on Monday that they broke Environment Canada records in 13 different communities across the province.

The most dramatic records were set in Nipawin and Watrous, which both blew past records set in 1979 by 2 C.

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