Strong winds are expected to roll through Estevan and much of south east Saskatchewan on Monday afternoon.
Originally, a wind warning was in effect for much of the province, but was cancelled earlier in the day and although the winds aren't expected to be as strong, Environment Canada's Terri Laing said they could still pack a punch.
"Further south, we're benefiting from the mild temperatures. However, there is quite a blast of wind that will come along with it. It's possible for 60 km/hr winds with gusts past 70. Everyone should just be prepared for that wind."
"If you're driving a high profile vehicle you should be aware, a trucker or if you're transporting anything as well. People should make sure to bring in garbage cans and that type of thing, along with Christmas decorations so they don't end up in your neighbors yard."
The forecast has winds diminishing to 30 km/hr late on Monday evening.