Southwestern Saskatchewan appears to have dealt with its last bit of snow until the fall.

"I don't see anything in the way of snow coming again in the near or far future," Environment and Climate Change Canada Meteorologist Terri Lang said.

Milder springtime temperatures have moved into the region helping to melt last week's snow while also beginning the transition to warmer weather.

"It's springtime so we know that weather can be quite volatile, so lots of temperature swings and weather systems passing through," she said.

Swift Current has only experienced seven days with daytime highs rising above the double-digit mark in April. However, the next week could double that figure before the month ends.

"We've been such on the cool side, that the mid-teens seem like such a heatwave," she said.

Rainy conditions could filter their way into the southwest today but the system is not expected to carry much precipitation if it arrives. Thursday has a better chance for a bigger storm.

"The second one looks to have some juice with it so in the five to ten-millimetre range," she said.

The 30-year temperature average for Swift Current at this time of year is a daytime high of 15 C and an overnight low of 1 C.