Summer-like weather is making another visit to southern Saskatchewan in the middle of winter, shattering temperature records.
On Saturday, people could be seen outside wearing thin jackets, and in some cases just a T-shirt, as they took in the unseasonable warmth.
In Regina, the mercury got up to 17.3 C, beating the old record for March 5 that was set in 1987.
Elbow also set a record, hitting 14.2 C, 3.6 degrees higher than the old record set in 1968.
A record was set in Maple Creek at 19.8 C – the old record was 16.5 C set in 2005.
Val Marie also set a record, hitting 17.5 C, beating the old record set in 1987 by just half a degree.
The forecast was for similarly high temperatures on Sunday. Though, winter weather isn’t far off – on Sunday morning there was a snowfall warning in effect for the Meadow Lake, Big River, Green Lake, and Pierceland area in the north.