After another bout of extremely cold weather, Weyburn is looking forward to the upcoming warmer temperatures.
Temperatures will hover around 0 during the day, and night time lows are set to be around -10.
"We're going to get a push of mild Pacific air that is going to stream over the Rockies, and should bring about above seasonal temperatures for the next week or so," said Meteorologist for Environment Canada, Bryan VanWilgenburg.
The warmer days means we should be seeing some snow melting, and possibly freezing over night.
"Especially the edges of the roadways where there are snowbanks, snow piled up, you could have some ice on the edges and people should pay attention to that," said VanWilgenburg.
The mild temperatures should last around a week.