A few cooler days recently are likely to be replaced by higher-than-normal temperatures as Environment Canada's forecast is calling for a warmer fall this year.
Their fall season, which begins September 1st, will have above-seasonal temperatures, along with average rainfalls according to the latest seasonal forecast.
That's not just for Saskatchewan, as it's stretching out across many provinces - though some territories are still unknown.
Meteorologist Sara Hoffman describes the incoming forecast this fall.
"Really most of Canada is looking at a warmer than normal fall, there's a small pocket of northern Canada including the Yukon and the NWT, that we aren't quite sure what will happen in there, we don't know if they'll be near-normal, below normal, or above normal, but for the rest of Canada we're forecasting a warmer than normal fall and a near-normal precipitation amount for most of the prairies including Saskatchewan."
Afterward, Environment Canada is predicting that those provinces be facing yet another La Nina winter.
That's at least partially responsible for the warmer weather since those tend to not involve themselves in the fall.
"What we do know is that the La Nina tends to have very little effect on the fall weather for the prairies. whereas we might see some warmer than normal conditions this fall, especially at the start of September in particular, then as we get into October it's still warmer but maybe a little bit less so, then in November we get back to normal."
It'll be the third one in a row that's been seen in Canada, with colder temperatures and more snow on the ground likely coming.
"We're really confident we'll see the third La Nina in a row, which for the prairies in Canada means a cooler than normal winter with a higher than normal snowfall in particular for the rocky mountains and the mountain parks. It typically does mean a colder normal winter."