It was an awesome start to April if you like warm weather.
Temperatures across Saskatchewan soared into the 20’s Thursday, with several communities breaking records.
A record that stood for 87 years fell in Saskatoon. The Bridge City reached 21.6 C, which was good enough to beat the old mark of 20.6 set in 1930.
Kindersley and Elbow also set new high temperature records.
Environment Canada said with the warm air sticking around, more temperature records could fall on Friday.
However, the weather agency warns the shorts and t-shirt weather is coming to an abrupt end.
“Falling down significantly though for Sunday, so the warm air is moving through,” said meteorologist Dan Kulak.
Kulak said people can expect more normal temperatures heading into next week.