It won’t be record-setting, yet. But a mild spell of weather has arrived in southern Saskatchewan and we can expect Wednesday’s daytime high to reach 4C.
Environment Canada says the highest temperature of 7.2C was set this day in 1926.
However, on Thursday, the highest temperature recorded was back in 1991, when the thermometer reached 4.2C.
Thursday’s forecast calls for the high to reach 8C. So, we’ll keep you posted.