Cold air moving into southeast Saskatchewan brought some record-setting temperatures to Weyburn.
According to data from Environment and Climate Change Canada, the mercury dipped to -18.6° at 3:00 a.m. this morning. This was the coldest start to October 31 in The Opportunity City on record.
The previous mark was 20 years old, set in 2003. That year, the temperature dipped to -18.4°. The chill, though, could be on its way out of the region as soon as tonight.
The forecast for the next few days is calling for daytime highs to steadily improve, with the possibility of temperatures back above the freezing mark by the weekend.
You can get all of the details on what we can expect on the Discover Weyburn Weather page.