September in Saskatchewan will begin with a blast of heat, but the mini-heat wave will be short-lived.
The temperature in Saskatoon will climb into the 29 C range on Thursday, the first day of September, before cooling down again into the weekend.
It will be even hotter in Regina, with the forecasted high expected to hit 32 C on Thursday.
But according to Environment Canada, we can expect a sharp cool down a few days into the new month.
The high for Sunday in Saskatoon is only 15 C, with the overnight low hitting 4 C.
On Monday, people near near Speers, located around 55 kilometres east of North Battleford, woke up to frost on their windshields.
But according to Terri Lang, services meteorologist with Environment Canada, none of the weather stations in Saskatchewan registered below 0 C Sunday night.
One did come close — North Battleford reported a temperature of 0.7 C.
The average temperature for this time of year in Saskatoon is 21 C.