Conditions seem favourable for Light Up Okotoks Friday night.

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Jesse Wagar, it'll be far from the coldest Light Up we've seen.

"You're actually in for a pretty nice evening. It's likely to be a bit breezy during the day, but don't let that put you off because the winds should die down for the evening. Wind chill shouldn't be too much of a problem. Looks like relatively clear skies and temperatures will start to drop off a little bit as they do during that time but still relatively mild in that -5 to maybe -8 degrees Celsius range."

Temperatures will continue to rise over the weekend into next week.

"We're seeing the beginning of a bit of a warming trend for most of Alberta... We're going to get into a warmer pattern for at least a little bit. Mid-week next week looks like we might start to cool off again, but over the next five days or so we'll see a warming trend and some really nice daytime temperatures," says Wagar.

For those hoping for a dusting of snow during the event, it's looking very unlikely.

Local snowfall is looking unlikely over the next week, with a possibility of some flakes starting to appear in the middle of next week.