Most of the province was under a brief wind warning early Monday morning before it was cancelled around 10 a.m.
Environment Canada was initially warning people about winds gusting up to 90 kilometres an hour. The weather office later cancelled the alert, saying winds will not be as strong.
According to Environment Canada, a cold front is bringing the wind as it tracks west across southern Saskatchewan.
“Temperatures ahead of that cold front extremely mild, on the back side of it not quite as mild, but still above normal temperatures,” said Environment Canada meteorologist Mike Russo.
The good news is that the weather will continue to be mild for the next week or so.
“Normal highs for this time of the year are hovering around -5 degrees C, and we’re generally looking at temperatures on the plus side of zero for the remainder of the week, ranging anywhere from about 0 to plus 3 degrees C.”