A return to unseasonably warm temperatures can be expected in the Moose Jaw area following mid-January's cold spell, with warmer air moving in from the south sending colder Arctic air eastward throughout the week.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Samantha Mauti says, “It looks like we’re going into a stretch of well above normal with temperatures mostly above freezing in our forecast.”  

She notes that little snow is expected after Monday, with conditions keeping the majority of precipitation further north. Adding that, for context, the normal high for temperatures in mid-to-late January is typically minus 8 degrees Celsius.