Environment Canada says we can expect slightly cooler weather for the next few days.
But take heart, mild weather will return, just in time for Monday.
This unusually mild weather, with very little snow has farmers concerned over winter-kill.
A soil expert with Alberta Agriculture says Alberta is experiencing the seventh driest winter since 1950.
Farmers in southern Saskatchewan say they would prefer to see a bit more snow.
While light snow is forecast over the next few days, it’s likely it won’t be enough to satisfy Saskatchewan’s farmers.
The Highway Hotline says snow-covered sections of road can be expected when the light snow comes later in the day.
As always, the ministry advises motorists to check their route first.