Regina got off easy compared to other parts of Saskatchewan Tuesday night.
Environment Canada says the Queen City can expect light snow throughout the day, but it should taper off – just in time for spring.
But it was other parts of the province which received a reminder winter can strike at any given time.
Areas like Prince Albert and points-north received anywhere from 15 to 30cm of snow.
Most of the warnings are winding down as of Wednesday morning, but the damage has been done in some areas.
Highway Hotline says roads will be tricky Wednesday in most parts of Saskatchewan.
Regina, for example, received about 2cm of snow – which could make for some icy sections, particularly in intersections.
There are three days left before spring makes its arrival.