Environment Canada is out with a special weather statement for half of Saskatchewan, stretching from Prince Albert down to Regina.
The statement said the province will see unseasonable mild conditions throughout the week with highs above zero for many areas, including Regina.
The mild weather is coming from northern Alberta and will bring some strong winds with it.
Most areas will see gusts of 60 or 70 km/h but gusts of 80 or 90 km/h are expected in some areas between Saskatoon and the Battlefords, as well as around the Cypress hills.
The wind should die down throughout the night.
Some areas in the northern portion of the statement will also see a mix of rain or snow Sunday night.