Welcome to winter. At least later Monday and Tuesday – and mostly in the south east.
Justin Hobson with Environment Canada says a low pressure system moving northeast from south Dakota is going to bring in plenty of snow to southeast Saskatchewan Monday.
The system is expected to stall out over the southeast corner of the province.
There has been a snowfall warning issued for that area most of the night for about 20cm of snow. Regina is expected to receive around 5cm.
Areas around Yorkton have winter advisories and could see plenty of snow in that region as well.
Hobson says this storm system says the system will develop throughout Monday and extend well into Tuesday. It expected to taper off by Wednesday.
However, with the snow, we can expect a gusty north wind, which will make it feel much colder than the high of minus 3.
Highway Hotline is reporting some foggy conditions Monday morning. The ministry is urging motorists to check their routes first – especially with this upcoming snowfall.