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Cool temperatures could bring frost to central, southern Sask.
Frost is seen on the ground in this file photo. (Betty Price/MyNews)
Published Monday, September 4, 2017 5:20PM CST
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for an overnight frost risk in central and southern Saskatchewan.
The statement from the weather agency covers a large portion of the province, including Regina and Saskatoon. Temperatures are expected to drop to 2 to 4 C overnight.
Environment Canada says it does not expect widespread frost, but localized regions may see temperatures dip to the freezing mark overnight.