It will be a warm finish to summer and start to fall.
Clouds that slid in with showers overnight clear during the day with a return to sunshine to finish the day as temperatures pop back up into the low 20s.
Clearing skies continue across the province Friday evening as the mercury slips back into low double digits overnight.
A mostly sunny day is ahead for Saskatoon on Saturday with a few more clouds and a slight chance of showers in the morning for Regina.
The final weekend of summer will start on a seasonal note with afternoon highs making it into the mid-to-upper teens.
Partly-to-mostly sunny skies return for the final day of summer on Sunday as temperatures return to the low 20s in both cities.
Work week outlook
Fall officially begins in Saskatchewan at 1:50 a.m. CST on Monday and afternoon highs will stay in the low-to-mid 20s for the first day of the new season with a bit of a breeze before dipping back into the teens.
Clouds are likely to linger in Saskatoon for the first day of fall before sunshine returns by mid-week.
The September 20 Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Jina Molnar near Melville:
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