The cold and snowy weather you’ve come to expect during a Saskatchewan winter hasn’t appeared and doesn’t appear to be anytime soon.
A system hanging over Western Canada has brought warm and mild temperatures to the Prairies with little snow fall.
Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang says while there is a potential for precipitation in the coming days, the optics don’t look good.
“Towards the weekend, we are keeping our eye on a weather system, looks like it’s developing through Montana, sort of skirting along the US border,” Lang says.
“We’ll keep an eye on that because those tend to be precipitation makers, but so far the weather models haven’t decided what they want to do with that.”
Lang says as of now, no large amounts of precipitation are in the forecast for the next 10 days.