Mild weather is on the way for southeast Saskatchewan, just a week after being mired in a cold snap which didn’t seem to want to end.
Environment Canada is calling for daytime highs above zero for the weekend, and the trend is expected to continue into next week. There will be a risk of freezing rain, though, when some precipitation moves through the region Saturday night.
The warmer temperatures won’t be around for too long, though. The forecast is expecting the cooler weather to come back through the southeast by Wednesday. The temperatures will be dipping just below normal for this time of year.
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