Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for the Swift Current area.
A period of unseasonal warmth will affect southern Saskatchewan including Luck Lake, Neidpath, McMahon, Waldeck, Rush Lake, Main Centre, Glen Bain, Blumenhof, Kyle Tyner, Sanctuary, Hodgeville, Herbert, Morse, Ernfold, Gouldtown, Cabri, Pennant, Success, Stewart Valley, Swift Current, Wymark, Beechy, Webb, Antelope lake, Vanguard Neville and Pambrun.
Residents can expect temperatures to reach 32 degrees Celsius combined with overnight lows nearing 16 degrees Celsius for the next two days.
Temperatures are expected to be above normal throughout the day today and continue into Thursday.
The combination of daytime highs and overnight lows in the mid-teens will provide little interruption from the heat over the next two days.
Temperatures will cool Thursday night and Friday as a cold front moves through the region.
Hot conditions are forecasted to return once again this weekend and continue into early next week.