Finally some relief from the bitter cold and extreme windchills is in the forecast.
Daytime highs near the freezing mark are forecast for many communities across the province on Tuesday and Wednesday, including Regina, however the relief will be short lived according to Environment Canada.
The reason, a low pressure system is forcing a rush of pacific air through the prairies today, and by Thursday the same system will rush the warm air right back out.
Brad Vrolijk with Environment Canada said expect temperatures to drop swiftly overnight tomorrow.
“Yeah, it’s moving through pretty quickly,” Vrolijk said
“The cold front associated with it will be quite strong as well, so once the cool comes it will happen fairly quickly,” he added.
The silver lining though is that the cold won’t be quite as extreme as the last couple of weeks.
Normally Regina sees a high of minus seven around this time of year.