After being spoiled by warm temperatures over the past weeks, southern Saskatchewan is once again feeling the cold bite of winter.
According to the long term forecast, however, temperatures will start migrating towards the plus side again tomorrow.
David Baggaley, with Environment Canada, says the lack of snow is a big factor in why we are heating up again so fast.
While Monday’s wind chill values approaching minus 30 are a stark reminder of winter in Saskatchewan, the forecast is calling for zero on Tuesday and even a balmy plus 6 for Saturday.
Windchill values will be a factor – but those are also expected to calm down by mid-week.