With the inevitable change in seasons that brings along cooler temperatures, the days of warm and sunny conditions are almost in the review mirror. However, Estevan will see a bump in temperatures over the next few days and although it wont last long, it is something that should be taken advantage of before the mercury drops below zero.
The average day time high for this time of year sits right around 16, while night time lows dip down to around 2.
"Temperatures look like they will be warming into the weekend," explained Environment Canada's John Paul Cragg. "It's going to feel pretty warm over the next couple days with day time highs above 20, before another system will move through bringing cooler temperatures and the chance of rain next week."
In a summer that saw rain fall totals well below average, the month of September is looking to hit right around the average mark.
"The southeast corner has been the area that has seen the most rain fall so far in September. Estevan has seen 33 mm of rain this month and the average is right around 35.7 mm, so it's very close to normal." The south east has been below average through out the summer and now we have seen a normal September in terms of precipitation and temperature," Cragg concluded.