Saskatchewan weather outlook
Seasonal temperatures move back in for the first weekend of October.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies across much of the province on Wednesday.
Temperatures are still below seasonal in the mid-to-low single digits.
An overcast start to the day for much of central and southern Saskatchewan on Thursday, but the clouds will burn off by the afternoon leaving mostly sunny skies.
Expect a pretty breezy day with gusts in the 30-50 km/h range.
Temperatures start to climb back into double-digits for much of the province.
Expect an overcast Friday across Saskatchewan with some scattered pockets of rain in parts of the province.
Regina and Saskatoon could see some lingering showers early Saturday morning before things eventually clear up.
Sunshine returns Sunday and temperatures climb into the mid-teens.
The Your Saskatchewan photo for October 2 was taken by Leo Johnston at Anglin Lake.
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