Environment Canada ends frost advisory for southern Saskatchewan

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WATCH: Temperatures dip below freezing overnight with another cool day on the way. Mandy Vocke with all the details in your SkyTracker weather outlook for Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Sep 30, 2020

UPDATE: All advisories mentioned in this story have ended.

Environment Canada is advising that southern Saskatchewan is expected to be blanketed by frost by Thursday morning.

Read more: What to harvest from your garden when frost is in the forecast

The temperature will be dropping down below zero on Wednesday night, and together with light winds and clear skies, there will be a prime environment for frost to develop, according to an Environment Canada alert issued Wednesday afternoon.

Wednesday is the last day this year that the federal department will be issuing a frost advisory.

Read more: Harvest progressing rapidly in Saskatchewan as some areas hit hard by frost

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Such alerts are sent out to warn against the potential damage to crops and plants during the outdoor growing season, which is coming to an end for 2020.

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