Residents in southern Saskatchewan are enjoying the warmest winter since 1931.
David Phillips, senior climatologist at Environment Canada, says this winter is the second warmest since record-keeping began over one hundred years ago.
He says the warm weather is due to the El Nino weather pattern and will continue this month.
Phillips expects an early spring but says it could be wetter than normal.
Expect some light snow Wednesday as people get ready for spring.
The good news for residents here is we’re not experiencing anything like the 25cm of snow coming down in southern Ontario.