It will feel close to 40 degrees in some parts of southern Saskatchewan Wednesday when you factor in the humidex.
A low pressure system that has bringing heat to southern Alberta is moving its way into Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg says it means thunderstorms for some parts of the province over the next two days.
Temperatures will get back into the mid 20’s for the weekend with Cragg saying we will see rain at one point, perhaps falling during Saturday’s Rider game.
The normal high for this time of year is 22 in Regina.