After a frigid past seven days, a little warmth would do all of us on the Prairies a little good.
Well, that good is coming because so is the sun and higher temperatures.
A clipper is moving across the Prairies and will bring temperatures to the Regina are above zero, peaking at seven degrees on Wednesday.
“The good news for Regina is all the real weather associated will be way north up in northern Saskatchewan and northern Manitoba,” said Environment Canada’s Jason Knight. “Regina will mostly see a warm up.”
However, that nice weather won’t last long.
“This clipper system is fast moving,” said Knight. “But after that (Wednesday), things will gradually start cooling down again.”