Campers and other outdoor lover will be happy to hear that your Labour Day weekend should be warm and dry.
"A pretty persistent ridge of high pressure continues to play a big role leaving some above normal temperatures fora couple days," explains Environment Canada's Kirk Tornedy.
"Highs in the upper twenties towards thirty degrees for a couple days and then a little bit of a cooling down through Labour Day Monday for a couple days before it rebounds up again to well above normal towards that thirty degree mark for the beginning to end of next week ."
He adds that a little bit of a change in flow in the atmosphere and a little more north easterly winds are contributing to the cooler temperatures.
As for precipitation, he doesn't see anything in the forecasts for rain.
"Looks pretty high and dry for the next week or so."
Looking ahead to the fall, he predicts warmer than normal temperatures.
Looking out towards the fall time, it looks like a pretty good confidence with above normal temperatures. Southern Saskatchewan as well with above normal temperatures."
Frost begins to become a concern however, he feels that it won't be an issue for the next couple weeks.
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