Temperatures cool down with rain and chance of snow during first week of fall.
Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of scattered showers late in the afternoon. Temperatures linger in the mid-teens.
Rain returns Thursday as a system passes through southern Saskatchewan and extends into the Saskatoon area.
Temperatures slide back further into low double digits before sunshine returns on Friday with single-digit daytime highs.
The first weekend of fall begins with clouds rolling in on Saturday.
A system passing by combines with an arctic air mass pushing in from the north to generate rain and snow in Regina overnight Saturday into Sunday. Snow is likely in Saskatoon by late Sunday, lingering into Monday in some areas.
Morning lows fall below freezing and daytime highs sink into mid-single digits through the weekend.
The Your Saskatchewan photo for September 25 was taken by Alie Neish near Naicam.
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