It’s been a wonderful winter warm-up for the last week or so, but colder temperatures are set to come back to the Bridge City.
Monday will see Saskatoon enjoy one last day of above seasonal temperatures, with Environment Canada calling for a daytime high of -2 C.
Things are expected to cool off Monday evening to an overnight low of -14 C, with the weather service calling for a daytime high Tuesday of -13 C, followed by an overnight low of -21.
The cooler weather is expected to carry right through Christmas, with a high of -19 C forecast for Christmas Eve.
Other than a chance of light snow Monday night, the forecast calls for clear skies and no snowfall in Saskatoon right up to Christmas Eve, meaning those looking for a white Christmas may be disappointed.
Average daytime highs for this time of year are usually around -9.5 C to -10 C.
The coldest Dec. 18 on record for Saskatoon was back in 1924, when the mercury plunged to -38.9 C.