© Times-Herald photo by Joel van der Veen
Lara Schaufelberger, a Swiss tourist who stopped briefly in Moose Jaw during a cross-Canada bus trip, sits on a bench in Crescent Park reading while a couple of Canada geese enjoy the sunshine on Thursday morning.
By Joel van der Veen
Moose Jaw residents can expect to enjoy continued warm weather throughout this weekend, but the region may not be finished with winter just yet.
Patrick Cool, a meteorologist for The Weather Network, said Thursday that a low pressure system will follow the current high pressure system, resulting in precipitation and possibly some snow if temperatures are low enough next week.
“Never say never,” he said.
However, he noted, the weekend will bring continued warm temperatures, mostly in the mid-teens, reaching a high of 19˚ C on Sunday – 16 degrees above the normal high for this time of year.
Looking at the 14-day forecast, he said daytime highs are expected to remain above average.
“That’s really a consistent trend of high temperatures,” said Cool. “If you like these warm conditions, then you’ll be happy.”
For more information, see an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.