There were 12 wildfires burning in the province Monday.
Most of those are reported to be up north in the Prince Albert, and La Ronge areas.
That brings to total to 96 blazes burning in the province this year.
Compare that to last year, when 75 forest fires were burning at this time.
Fire bans are already in place for many central areas of the province and the centre is concerned about more blazes as the temperature rises.
There were 720 fires in Saskatchewan last year that forced about 13-thousand people from their homes and burned 17-thousand square kilometres of forest.
In the meantime, about 500 residents have been allowed to return home in northern Alberta after a wildfire forced them out on the weekend.
A mandatory evacuation order has been lifted for residents in the Prairie Creek neighbourhoods just south of Fort McMurray.
About 200 residents of the Centennial Trailer Park remain on mandatory evacuation and another 500 people in the Gregoire area are on evacuation alert