With files from Cooper Douglas

West-central Saskatchewan is about to finally feel like summertime with the lingering cooler weather disappearing tomorrow.

Kindersley had a steady temperature on Tuesday with a maximum high of 15.3 degrees, the minimum low reaching 2.4 degrees. Meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada Justin Shelley said those temperatures are well-below seasonal, the average low this time of year coming in around 10 degrees.

Thursday starts a string of at least six straight days with the temperature projected to sit above 20, and on Sunday and Monday could reach closer to 30. The changing in conditions according to Shelley is due to the upper-level low leaving the region.

"It's going to be replaced by some upper ridging over the southern prairies for the rest of the week and into early next week as well," he said.

There is some rain in the forecast as well. After a solid dump of moisture over the weekend, another chance of rain is being noticed Wednesday, Friday, and later on Sunday evening.

"We're not expecting any major systems to move through the region, however, the unsettled atmosphere that's going to be in place might trigger some scattered showers and thunderstorms periodically through the afternoon and evening hours," he said.