A stable atmosphere will bring a stretch of dry weather to the southeast after volatile conditions led to tornado warnings in the area late Wednesday afternoon.

Plenty of sunshine and rising temperatures are forecast to follow a few Thursday showers.

Highs are expected to hit 23 Friday, 25 Saturday, and 27 Sunday and Monday.

"There's an upper ridge that's going to start building into southern Saskatchewan, and most of the prairies by the end of the week," said Environment Canada Meteorologist Kyle Ziolkowski.

Ziolkowski added that it doesn't seem likely that any storms materialize for the near future.

"Not that we can see right now. It just it looks like, with that ridge building, things should stabilize here at least into the early part of the weekend."

The latest forecast is available here.

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