The weather is expected to gradually warm up in the coming days, after a chillier than average start to the May long weekend. 

The cooler start to the weekend didn’t deter many from taking advantage of the long weekend to go camping. The unofficial start of summer saw many heading out to provincial and regional parks throughout the province. As well, golf courses throughout the province were busy with duffers taking advantage of the conditions. 

For much of the province, temperatures were well below seasonal yesterday, but are expected to get back towards normal today. By tomorrow, things should be seasonal again for a good part of Saskatchewan, with the southern part of the province warming up to the high 20s by next weekend. 

When it comes to rainfall, not much is expected over the next few days. While there is the possibility of some showers late in the week, Environment Canada is calling for sunshine for much of the coming week. The only exception may be the early morning hours Wednesday, which could see a few spots of rain as a low-pressure system passes through, bringing cloud cover with it.  

We will keep you up to date with the coming weather with the forecast throughout the long weekend.