Major cool-down on the way with rain for the second week of school.
Meteorological summer (June, July and August) ended up being about a degree colder than normal in Saskatoon with almost bang on average precipitation.
Both June and July recorded above-average precipitation with less than have of the normal amount of rain in August bringing the values down toward seasonal.
In Regina, the city recorded 122 per cent of its normal precipitation throughout the summer with temperatures trending just over half a degree colder than normal.
It was a cool start to the day in some areas with temperatures sneaking into mid-single digits across the region under mostly clear skies.
Clouds started sliding in during the morning, continuing into the afternoon as the mercury climbs into the low 20s.
Clouds linger at times Friday night, helping keep conditions a bit milder, cooling back into high single digits or low double digits overnight.
Showers are possible in extreme northern and southern Saskatchewan Saturday with partly-to-mostly cloudy skies rolling in across the rest of the region to start the weekend.
The mercury should manage to make it into the low 20s in Saskatoon and the high teens in Regina during the afternoon.
A bit more sunshine is possible on Sunday as the mercury hovers around the 20-degree mark during the afternoon.
The second week of school is shaping up to be a cool one with an upper trough bringing back the clouds and a chance of showers by mid-week as daytime highs get dunked back into the mid-teens some days.
The Your Saskatchewan photo for September 6 was taken by Sheila Mann at Pasqua Lake:
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