Precipitation varied up to 20 millimetres.
Spring cereal harvest is 50 to 60 percent complete, and about 23 percent of canola is complete.
Second cut hay is mostly complete, and slough hay is also being cut.
Rainfall ranged from 15 to 40 mm, while high winds were reported in some areas.
Harvest is complete for winter wheat, fall rye and peas, while spring wheat, canola and lentils are well underway.
Feed is still being put up, including greenfeed, second cut hay, wild hay and straw.
Precipitation varied from trace amounts to 13 mm, while high winds were reported in some areas.
Harvest is complete for winter cereals, some spring cereals, and field peas, while it continues for canola, flax and edible beans.
Pastures are dry and turning brown with many rated poor to very poor.
Rainfall ranged from one to 20 mm, and hail was reported in isolated areas.
Spring wheat harvest is about 70 percent complete, and canola is 50 percent complete.
Soil moisture conditions on cropland are rated 75 percent adequate and 25 percent short, while hayland and pastures are 30 percent adequate, 40 percent short and 30 percent very short.
Precipitation varied from two to 15 mm.
Harvest continues for spring cereals, canola, flax and timothy.
Soil moisture conditions on cropland are rated 25 percent adequate and 75 percent short, while hayland and pastures are 15 percent adequate and 85 percent short.
Sixty percent of crops are in the bin and well ahead of the five year average of 39 percent.
Precipitation varied from nothing to three millimetres along with strong winds, which are blowing canola swaths.
Topsoil moisture on cropland is rated as 13 percent adequate, 53 percent short and 34 percent very short, while hayland and pastures are six percent adequate, 41 percent short and 53 percent very short.
Harvest is 70 percent complete with an additional 13 percent swathed or ready to straight cut.
Moisture ranged from nothing to two mm.
Topsoil moisture conditions on cropland is rated 13 percent adequate, 32 percent short and 55 percent very short, while hayland and pastures are eight percent adequate, 23 percent short and 69 percent very short.
Thirty-six percent of the crop is now in the bin, and 39 percent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight cut.
The Langenburg area received 56 mm of rain, the most in both the region and the province.
Topsoil moisture on cropland is rated 27 percent adequate, 35 percent short and 37 percent very short, while hayland and pasture are 15 percent adequate, 45 percent short and 40 percent very short.
Harvest has progressed with 44 percent of the crop combined, which is well ahead of the five-year average of 22 percent.
Precipitation was negligible.
Topsoil moisture on cropland, hayland and pastures has an average rating of 14 percent adequate, 43 percent short and 43 percent very short.
Twelve percent of the crop is in the bin, below the five-year average of 14 percent, while 34 percent is swathed or ready to straight cut.
Rainfall varied up to six mm.
Topsoil moisture conditions on cropland, hayland and pastures have an average rating of 33 percent adequate, 61 percent short and seven percent very short.
Harvest is 18 percent complete with 42 percent of the crop swathed or ready to straight cut.
Rainfall amounts ranged from nothing to four mm.
Cropland, hayland and pasture topsoil moisture conditions have an average rating of 63 percent adequate and 36 percent short.
The harvest of dryland crops is nearing completion, leaving irrigated and special crops.
Spring wheat is 68 percent harvested, durum wheat 70 percent, barley 78 percent, canola 52 percent and peas 99 percent.
Harvest is 36 percent complete, well ahead of the five year average of 15 percent.
Spring wheat is 39 percent harvested, durum wheat is 58 percent, barley at 37 percent, canola at 22 percent and field peas 87 percent.
Harvest progress rose nine points to 12 percent complete.
Ten percent of spring wheat is harvested, barley is seven percent, canola is eight percent and field peas 72 percent.
Harvest progress rose two points to three percent complete, behind the region’s five year average of 10 percent.
One percent of spring wheat is harvested, barley is at four percent, canola is zero percent and field peas 60 percent.
Light precipitation and frost occurred in eastern and northern portions of the region but caused minimal delays.
Harvest progress rose one point to eight percent complete, which is behind its five year average of 22 percent.
Thirteen percent of spring wheat is harvested, barley is at nine percent, canola at four percent and field peas 26 percent.