We’ve only warmed above +4 once in the past few weeks, but we will again starting tomorrow!
It was another cloudy start to the day with the mercury only dipping back to the freezing mark overnight.
We did manage to rise up to 2 degrees by noon with only 1 more degree to go for our high today under cloudy skies.
After a mostly cloudy evening, we may catch a few clear breaks overnight, allowing temperatures to dip back below freezing by a few degrees with a decent chance of some fog patches developing.
Get ready for some big changes to our forecast pattern that starts tomorrow!
It’ll be a bit brisk if we do catch those clear breaks overnight with wind chill values making it feel like -7 in the morning with fog that could be fairly dense at times.
It could be freezing fog, which means there could be some ice deposited on some surfaces, so if you’ll probably want to give yourself some extra time for your morning commute.
Some sunny breaks in the morning will be welcome relief from the week of clouds we’ve had before they build back in midday.
Temperatures will also rise up tomorrow as a warm front pushes through, with an expected daytime high in mid-single digits for only the second time in two weeks!
Winds will also be a bit breezy from the south-southeast during the later portion of the day with sustained speeds around 25 km/h and gusts upwards of 40 km/h at times.
A low pressure system swinging through on Friday is expected to bring us back into the clouds temporarily in the morning before we’ll likely get a few sunny breaks later in the day.
Temperatures should remain mild though with an expected high back into mid-single digits again!
We do get into some upper ridging for the weekend, which will keep us in the warmer air and even warm our daytime highs up a degree or 2 on Saturday to around 7 or 8 degrees with a sunny start and clouds building in late in the day.
Sunday is shaping up to be partly to mostly cloudy with an upper disturbance likely to roll through and a daytime high still climbing into mid-single digits as well.
This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Dianne Leier at Jumbo Beach where they saw approximately a foot of snow over the weekend:
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