Saskatchewan weather outlook: kick of heat, risk of storms
Risk of showers and thunderstorms continue with a roller coaster of temperatures.
After sneaking into single digits Wednesday morning with a few clouds to start the day, temperatures climbed into the high teens by mid-morning in both Saskatoon and Regina.
The mercury will continue to rise into the mid-20s for an afternoon high as some more clouds slide into both cities with a chance of showers and risk of a late day thunderstorm in the Saskatoon area.
The risk of storms lingers into Wednesday evening before some clearing takes place and conditions cool back into low double digits overnight.
Another round of sunshine is possible Thursday morning before what has become a typical build-up in cloud cover takes place during the afternoon with a slight chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm.
The mercury will soar toward the 30s during the day in Regina and into the mid-to-upper 20s for the Saskatoon area.
A cold front will pass through on Friday with a system bringing in a good chance of showers and risk of thunderstorms during the day.
Temperatures in both cities should still manage to make it into the mid-20s before a gusty northwesterly wind kicks in.
Father’s Day weekend outlook
The effects of the cold front will be felt on Saturday with daytime highs dipping back into the low 20s during the day with a chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm.
Father’s Day Sunday is shaping up to be a bit drier with still a slight chance of showers, but during the afternoon the mercury should manage to make it up a bit further into the mid-20s, so a nice day to spend outside with Dad!
The June 12 Your Saskatchewan photo was taken in Regina by Christine Young:
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