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Maple Creek No. 111, Saskatchewan has a climate that is classified as semi-arid. Summers are short and generally hot and dry, while winters are long and cold. Most of the year is dry, with the majority of precipitation coming in the form of snow during the winter months.
In spring (March-May), temperatures begin to warm up, with average highs ranging from 8-19°C and lows from -3-8°C. Precipitation is light, with an average of just 7-17mm per month.
Summer (June-August) is the warmest and driest time of year. Average high temperatures range from 22-30°C, with lows from 9-14°C. Precipitation is low, with an average of just 6-12mm per month.
Autumn (September-November) sees temperatures begin to cool, with average highs ranging from 11-20°C and lows from -2-9°C. Precipitation is light, with an average of 7-17mm per month.
Winter (December-February) is the coldest time of year. Average high temperatures range from -7 to 0°C, with lows from -15 to -7°C. Snowfall is common, with an average of 24-67mm per month.
As of 2020, the city population is 1068.
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