Southern Sask. gets some snow, frost possible tonight
Areas in the southwest, especially in higher elevations like Cypress Hills, have seen snowfall.
Some other areas of the province woke up to frost.
That's bad news for farmers, most who have yet to finish combining their crops.
In Regina and Saskatoon, it was 3 C at 7:30 a.m. CST. Rain was falling in a number of areas in the southern part of the province.
There were eight record lows Tuesday morning for Sept. 9.
Environment Canada hadn't issued any new frost warnings Tuesday morning, but that could change later today, CBC Saskatchewan weather specialist Farah Singh said.
"Conditions are going to be favourable for the development of frost tonight," she said.
Temperatures should rise by the end of the week, she added.