Yes. There’s a risk of freezing rain in Saskatchewan on Tuesday,
According to Environment Canada‘s most-recent forecast (at the time of writing) milder conditions and a system moving into Saskatchewan could bring January-showers to southern Saskatchewan.
And a daytime high of +1 according to the weather office.
This event will definitely be short-lived as we’re warned the temperature will plummet back to it’s normal winter daytime high of -17C.
The average high at this time of the year is -11C.
Tuesday’s predicted daytime high isn’t coming close to breaking any records yet.
The highest temperature recorded on January 8th was in 2002 with the thermometer reached 10.4C.