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Frost advisory back in Sask., killing frost possible into Thursday – Saskatoon

SASKATOON – Frost advisories have been issued for the second day in a row for parts of central Saskatchewan including Prince Albert, Lloydminster and North Battleford.

A ridge of high pressure building on the backside of a cold front that slid through Monday night will clear skies and bring in a cold airmass, resulting in temperatures falling below the freezing mark Tuesday night.

The cold front also stirred up snow across parts of southwestern Saskatchewan into Tuesday morning, causing some to wake up to a winter wonderland with two weeks left before the first day of summer.

Temperatures on Tuesday morning fell well below the freezing mark in some areas.

Weather advisories for frost are issued by Environment Canada when temperatures are expected to reach the freezing mark during the growing season, leading to damaged crops.

Frost may damage crops in frost-prone areas, so be sure to cover up plants in vulnerable areas.

Temperatures in Saskatoon are expected to drop to the freezing mark Tuesday night. Although there is no frost advisory for the city, it would be advisable for residents to cover up any outdoor plants that may be susceptible to frost damage.

Wednesday night though Thursday morning should see another round of frost advisories.

These advisories will likely include Saskatoon and areas further south as temperatures across much of central Saskatchewan are expected, in some cases, to drop well below the freezing mark, which could raise the risk for a killing frost as an arctic high pressure centres itself over the Prairies by Thursday morning.

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Frost advisory ISSUED for:

City of LloydminsterPrince Albert – Shellbrook – Spiritwood – Duck LakeThe Battlefords – Unity – Maidstone – St. WalburgMelfort – Tisdale – Nipawin – Carrot RiverHumboldt – Wynyard – Wadena – Lanigan – Foam LakeMeadow Lake – Big River – Green Lake – PiercelandYorkton – Melville – EsterhazyHudson Bay – Porcupine PlainKamsack – Canora – Preeceville
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