Below seasonal temperatures are in the forecast for the rest of the week. Joining the start of week chill has been a continued risk of frost at night.

A frost advisory was activated for a short time over the weekend. The risk of frost returned during Tuesday's chilly low of 4.1 degrees, and has carried into Wednesday's forecasted nighttime low of 4 degrees as well. 

Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Brian Proctor commented on the current trend, as the conditions seem favourable for frost to emerge province-wide.

"We could see some patchy frost around in this situation. Often times if we see temperatures around 2 (degrees) you see a ground frost below that." said Proctor, calling for a higher likelihood of frost on Wednesday night compared to Tuesday. 

Proctor said that despite the cooler May temperatures, we should be turning to warmer temperatures shortly. The high temperature for this time of year around Kindersley is 19.5, the average low at 5.3 degrees.

"We are really getting close to those values by the time we get to Monday."

If the current long-term forecast stays true, the region should smash those average temperatures next Monday and Tuesday. As of Wednesday, the current highs to start next week are hovering between 25 and 28 degrees.