Into the 20s before noon today
Sunshine in full force Friday
Mid-to-upper 20s into the weekend
Cool down next week
Skin can burn quickly at high UV indexes this week as we head into our hottest days so far this year!
Partly cloudy skies started the day in Saskatoon as temperatures fell back to 4 degrees in the morning.
A big upper ridge building in helped warm us right up to 21 degrees before noon as some high clouds moved in.
Those clouds stuck around for the afternoon as we warm up to a daytime high in the mid 20s.
We get into the centre of the upper ridge that’s punching in the heat on Friday under sunny skies throughout the day.
Temperatures are expected to climb up to around 27 degrees or so with a high UV index, so be sure to slap on some sunscreen as skin can burn in just a few minutes.
A system sliding into extreme northern Alberta will further reinforce the heat on Saturday with a few more clouds building in as we climb up to a daytime high in the mid-to-upper 20s once again.
Slightly cooler air starts to slide in on Sunday with the cold front associated with that system that’ll drop us back into the low 20s with more clouds and a chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm.
Work Week Outlook
Clouds are expected to clear out on Monday as we slide into slightly cooler air with daytime highs dropping into the high teens or low 20s into the middle of the week.
This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Meghan Mickelson at Cranberry Flats:
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