For the second night in a row portions of the Southwest have been placed under a frost warning by Environment Canada.
Environment Canada's warning notes frost is likely tonight in the Shaunavon - Maple Creek - Val Marie - Cypress Hills area.
"Cold air will continue to linger in Saskatchewan tonight and frost is expected to develop in the northern grainbelt and extreme southwest portions of the province," the warning states. "Temperatures are expected to dip below freezing overnight as winds become calm and skies clear under a ridge of high pressure."
Environment Canada measured an overnight low of -3 Celsius in Val Marie, with Shaunavon and Eastend both dipping to zero. Cypress Hills remained at 2 Celsius, while both Swift Current and Maple Creek dipped only to 3 Celsius.