Our corner of Saskatchewan may not be finished with the breezes yet, as Environment Canada is predicting some more gusty conditions to make their way through the Estevan area.
"Friday night we can expect the winds to pick up a little bit, we're looking at 20 gusting 40 kilometers an hour," stated Regional Meteorologist John Paul Cragg.
"On Saturday, some potential rain moves into the area. We're forcasting a 60 percent chance of showers for the southeast late in the morning, and in the afternoon the winds picking up 40 gusting to 60. Then the cloudiness continues over the weekend, before another system rolls through the province bringing the potential for strong winds again on Monday."
He added that it won't be all that warm either, with temperatures sticking around the average for this time of year.
Although the longer term forecasts aren't all that reliable, Cragg said that they don't expect a lot of moisture for the area over the next few weeks, nor much severe weather either.
"We can expect a bit of a roller coaster ride moving into the end of October and the beginning of November. We can still see some ups and downs."