The forecast for the long weekend is looking grim.
A low-pressure system building in Montana is expected to drift across the province, bringing lower temperatures, wind and rain with it.
Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang said temperatures should stay warm enough to keep the frost and snow at bay.
“You may have your tomato plants blown down by the wind this weekend instead of having to cover them up,” she said.
The forecast isn’t looking any more promising in Regina, where the Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Sunday in the Labour Day classic.
“It’s going to be quite a rainy and windy day for that game, unfortunately,” Lang said.
Lang said temperatures are expected to climb back up around the middle of next week.