Frontier Days fires up the summer fun tomorrow, but it may be hard-pressed by the weather for any outdoor events. 

The forecast for Frontier Days includes at least two days of rain in Swift Current, beginning on Thursday and going into Friday. 

According to Justin Shelley, a meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, the weather should at least be decent for things to start tomorrow. 

"We're going to get a bit of a mixed bag of weather over the next four or five days out through Saturday starting on Wednesday," said Shelley. "It does look like a relatively nice day on tap with temperatures sort of in the mid-20s for the daytime."

Thursday will see scattered showers in the region starting in the morning. Not too much rain is expected, but enough to perhaps cause delays for outdoor events. By the afternoon, the rain is expected to pick up the pace. 

"Right now, the bulk of the precipitation looks like it's going to fall just to the north of Swift Current," said Shelley. "So, it might not be a complete washout, but it does look like 10 to 20 millimetres of precipitation for the day."

Friday the rain continues, with the worst of it just north of the city. While not as bad as Thursday, Friday will still get between 5 and 10 millimetres of precipitation. 

"There is the potential of seeing some breaks in precipitation, but it looks like after the late morning period we're going to be seeing some of that precipitation persist into the afternoon and early evening hours," said Shelley."

Saturday will thankfully relent on the rain, giving way to a mix of sun and cloud. Temperatures should be a little cooler, getting to a daytime high of 20 C, which will be slightly warmer than both Thursday and Friday. 

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