Mild conditions will continue into the weekend for southern Saskatchewan.
But Environment Canada says we likely won’t see too much sun until later next week.
Flurries and rain showers will be the norm over the weekend, and police along with RCMP are urging motorists to take extra care on the roads.
While we are used to temperatures well below the freezing mark this time of the year, these mild conditions are still creating headaches.
Pedestrians will see the effects of zero-temperatures.
Sidewalks and parking lots are icy as are side streets.