Spring may have officially arrived at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday morning, but Environment Canada says don’t put away those shovels just yet.
Natalie Hasell said old man winter could return to southeastern Saskatchewan later this week.
“It might be spring on the calendar, but it is not then end of winter like conditions anytime soon,” she said.
“We have a system coming through southeastern Saskatchewan starting on Thursday that should bring periods of snow,” Hasell added.
In fact the Weather Network currently is forecasting a 90 per-cent chance of 10 to 15 centimeters of snow for Regina on Friday.
The normal daytime high for Regina right now is plus two.