Teen temperatures slip away as minus double-digit morning wind chills return.
After starting the day out just below freezing in Saskatoon and a few degrees above it in Regina, mostly sunny skies kicked into both cities, helping warm temperatures into mid-single digits before noon.
— Frances Petersen (@Frances62563476) October 18, 2019
Teen temperatures return during the afternoon as sunny skies prevail across much of the province.
Clouds slide through with a slight chance of showers Friday night as the mercury dips back toward the freezing mark overnight.
There could be some lingering clouds in Regina early Saturday, but sunshine will move in by midday and dominate the entire day in Saskatoon.
Temperatures are anticipated to make it into low double digits by a few degrees with a bit of a breeze picking up from the west in southern portions of the province.
Sunny breaks are possible at times on Sunday, but clouds will be rolling through during the day as daytime highs duck back into single digits.
Work week outlook
-10 is around what it’ll feel like with wind chill on election day Monday in the morning before sunny skies return during the day along with temperatures making it into high single digits, so there is no excuse to not get out and vote.
Clouds build back in during the final full week of October with a chance of flurries as a system passes through on Thursday as afternoon highs sink back into mid-single digits.
The October 18 Your Saskatchewan photo of Woodcock Falls on Fond-du-Lac River was taken by Billy Mercredi:
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