Southern Saskatchewan can anticipate milder and drier weather over the next few days.
Environment Canada says there is a chance of showers on Sunday, but sunshine should prevail going into next week.
- Agriculture minister Lyle Stewart is optimistic harvest will resume before freeze-up
- Saskatchewan farmers make little harvest progress during the past week
Recent snow and rain slowed things down considerably for Saskatchewan farmers, but it’s hoped some drier weather will be able to wrap up this year’s harvest which stands at about 81-percent complete.
Look for double-digit highs this weekend and October continues to bring relatively mild conditions.