Crops are maturing quickly with the warm, dry weather.

"We're likely to see a basically perfect weather environment for crop maturation and harvesting over these next several days," says Drew Lerner, agri-meteorologist with World Weather Inc.

He notes a cold front will come through late in the weekend, bringing a minimal chance of precipitation.

"We're likely to see only a few spits and spats of moisture," he says. "And we'll go right back into some drier weather next week."

Meanwhile, the risk of frost is increasing.

According to historical data from Manitoba Agriculture, areas in the northwest growing regions of the province have a 1 in 2 chance of the first frost hitting before September 12th. There's a 50 percent chance of frost in the southwest and southeast by September 18th and a 1 in 2 chance of first frost in the central part of the province between September 21st and 27th.

Environment Canada's current seven day forecast has no mention of lows anywhere near freezing.