There are a lot of puddles and overflowing sloughs in southeastern Saskatchewan after heavy rain on Tuesday.
The southeast region might see a few scattered showers, but the sun will start to shine.
According to Environment Canada, Maryfield near the Manitoba border got the most rain at about 88 millimetres or close to 3.5 inches.
Estevan and Weyburn also had a steady downpour getting 50 mma nd 67 millimetres respectively. In Regina we got about 20 millimetres which is just short of an inch of rain.
CJME weather specialist John Wilson said although showers linger in the southeast, nice weather is on the way for the weekend.
“Tomorrow we get another little disturbance coming in from the mountains so we’ll start pretty good and finish with a shower or two, but Friday, Saturday, Sunday all look pretty sunny low to middle 20s.”