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If Sunday felt like it was the hottest in many Saskatchewan communities, you would be right.

There were 16 high temperature records broken on Sunday all over the province.

The hottest spot here was also the hottest in Canada, Coronach reached 36.3 degrees.

Here in Moose Jaw we also broke the record high by hitting 34.9 degrees.

There probably won't be any records broken Monday, but the warm temps will continue this week according to Environment Canada.

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