It will be nice not to have to battle a windchill factor in Saskatchewan this week.
Environment Canada says a mild flow of air has made its way into the province and we can expect daytime highs to reach near plus 5C later this week.
Environment Canada meteorologist Rob Paola says the Pacific flow will stay with us for the remainder of the weekend but cautions the snow still on the ground could drop daytime highs down a few degrees.
Expected temperatures to drop back down below zero on Saturday.
But the forecast is calling for sunshine for most of the week, which will likely lead to melting and slushy sidewalks.
Warm and sunny conditions this past weekend allowed residents and waterfowl alike to enjoy more activities outdoors.
Paola also says there won’t be much for precipitation for the week either.
On average, the daytime high for this time of year is minus 10