It could be damp the next five days in parts of southwestern Saskatchewan.
Environment and Climate Change Canada has precipitation on Swift Current's forecast through Wednesday, although the likelihood and amounts range.
Terri Lang, a meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, said the potential for precipitation on weekend is hard to gauge because of unsettled weather patterns.
"There's a lot of showers and thundershowers floating around but nothing is really organized, so it's kind of a hit-and-miss thing for a lot of folks," she said.
"For next week, this one looks pretty significant, it's going to cover quite a bit of territory. It's probably going to cover from Alberta to Manitoba."
Temperatures will stick around the mid-20s mark until Monday when daytime highs will slump below 20 C.
"People will also note how much cooler it is going to be because it's going to bring in colder air, this system will last from Monday to Wednesday," she said.
Swift Current's warmest day in 2022 to date was on May 5 when it reached 26.4 C.