Snow photo (Kindersley) courtesy @DaleBurnay
Looks like the southwest corner of Saskatchewan has had a taste of winter Monday.
Snow came down over night and according to Environment Canada more is on the way.
The weather office says a cool northeasterly flow in the wake of a low pressure system over the Dakotas has generated significant wet snow especially over the Cypress Hills overnight.
6 to 12 cm has fallen with another 5 to 10 cm possible Monday before the precipitation changes to a mix of rain and wet snow.
Travel is expected to be hazardous through portions of southwest Saskatchewan with snow packed roads and icy sections reported.
Motorists are advised to check with the Highway Hotline first before any travel.