The air won't hurt your face as it usually does in the month of January.

Natalie Hasell with Environment and Climate Change Canada has looked at the forecast and says above-normal temperatures will last for a little while longer.

"We have a series of low pressure systems in the forecast that will actually be well to our north, and that will allow warm air from the south to kind of make it into the southern prairies," says Hasell. "The frontal structure associated to these lows stays north for several days, kind of like a chain of lows along this frontal structure associated to the jet stream. That stays quite a ways north until early next week."

As of the time of this writing, we can expect highs in single-digits until early next week when temperatures will dip a little. Hasell notes it should still be relatively mild.

"We see temperatures are quite warm on Sunday in the current forecast, and that might be a bit optimistic, but it's still within the realm of possibility," says Hasell. "Cooler temperatures (look to be) starting on Monday but still above normal and the forecasts for next week have the entire province sitting in above normal temperatures. This trend looks like it could continue still longer into next week."

She expects foggy weather to stick around in the morning hours, which could reduce visibility. She asks you be cautious when heading onto the roads to ensure you get to your destination safely.