While Saskatchewan is cooling down for the next few weeks, one meteorologist is saying it won’t last.
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-teens in the short-term forecast across the province, with overnight mercuries possibly dipping as low as 2 C in some areas.
But The Weather Network’s Michael Carter is telling Saskatchewan the clouds will part, returning the province to what its become accustomed to all summer long.
“The heat is going to return, the dry conditions are going to return and I think that’s going to be the hallmark of this season,” he said.
Carter noted October, November and December are usually the driest months of the year, and precipitation is predicted to be “very, very low.”
The meteorologist added if current weather trends hold, Halloween could have decent weather this year.
As for sub-zero temperatures, Carter said they could start showing up in November.