Chance of thunderstorms tonight as the heat returns this week!
The day began in the fog around 12 degrees until mid-morning when mostly sunny skies overtook.
We then quickly warmed up into the mid-20s by noon in the sunshine, feeling like 27 with humidity.
We’re shooting for a high in the mid-to-high 20s in the sunshine today, which is expected to feel like the low 30s with humidity.
Clouds will roll back in overnight along with a pulse of thunderstorms that may bring some strong wind gusts as they pass by through the overnight period as temperatures fall back toward the mid-teens.
We may see a few lingering morning showers or thunderstorms before clouds clear out of the area midday to give us some sunshine to end the afternoon.
Chance of thunderstorms from the overnight period into the early morning in Saskatoon Tuesday. SkyTracker Weather
Chance of thunderstorms from the overnight period into the early morning in Saskatoon Tuesday.
We’re also looking at quite a warm day – exactly how warm is dependent on how long the cloud cover and shower/thunderstorm activity linger in the morning.
If the storms end overnight and are done by morning we could shoot as high as the low 30s tomorrow, but if they linger a little longer into the morning along with the clouds, we may only hit a high in the high 20s.
One thing is for certain, we are expecting humidex values in the low 30s tomorrow afternoon, so prepare for a hot day!
Mostly sunny skies look like they’ll stick around both Wednesday and Thursday with temperatures in the high 20s, possibly popping up into the low 30s, but humidex values should be in the low 30s under mostly sunny skies and just a few clouds through the afternoon.
There is a slight chance of late day thunderstorms on Wednesday, but otherwise the main thunderstorm risk is Friday as an upper trough destabilizes the atmosphere.
At this point, we’re looking at a daytime high in the upper 20s with clouds building in through the day with a chance of late day showers and thunderstorms for Friday.
Depending how long it takes the upper trough to swing through, we may see some showers and thunderstorms lingering through Saturday with temperatures in the mid-20s.
Sunday looks more stable at this point with some upper ridging moving back in, clearing skies back out to give us a mostly sunny day with a daytime high in the high 20s, possibly even into the low 30s.
July 18: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Carol Langenberger at Blaine Lake. Carol Langenberger / Viewer Supplied
July 18: This Your Saskatchewan photo was taken by Carol Langenberger at Blaine Lake.
Carol Langenberger / Viewer Supplied
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