The temperature might be very warm for October, but watch out for the wind.
Environment Canada has issued a wind warning that covers the entire southern half of Saskatchewan.
Meteorologist David Baggaley said an intense low-pressure system is moving in from Alberta.
“It’s mainly the evening period that it will start near the Alberta border and that will be swinging through southern Saskatchewan very quickly overnight,” Baggaley said early Tuesday morning.
Tuesday could see wind gusts of up to 100 kilometres per hour, with the wind picking up through the evening and overnight.
Baggaley said winds like that could cause some damage.
“We’re looking at possibly some tree damage branches coming down, it could damage some shingles and one of the big things is just blowing stuff around, if you have any loose lawn furniture out that should be put away,” he cautioned.
The wind should ease up by Wednesday morning but conditions are expected to remain gusty throughout the day.