As the sky cleared and the mercury plummeted overnight, Moose Jaw broke a 36-year-old cold weather record.

The mercury bottomed out at a bone-chilling -26.3°C on Thursday, November 10, 2022, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada.

The old record of -21.2°C was set back in 1986.

With the overnight low forecasted to reach -21°C, it's possible that Moose Jaw will break another cold weather record. Tonight's cold weather record of -24.6°C was set in 2000.

It looks like the below-seasonal temperatures are here stay well into next week. The average daytime high for this time of year is 2°C, with the average overnight low of -10°C.