Source: Saskatoon Newsroom,, February 7, 2019 

Spring runoff is expected to be below normal across most of southern Saskatchewan this year.

The province’s Water Security Agency said in its preliminary spring runoff outlook for 2019 that conditions were dry last summer and fall and precipitation so far this winter has been below normal.

Below normal snowmelt runoff is also expected in northern Saskatchewan, but the northern agricultural region and southern boreal forest is expected to see near normal snowmelt runoff based on current conditions.

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