A snowfall warning is in effect for the southwest corner of Saskatchewan from Sunday through Monday.
Within the next day, people can expect long periods of light flurries with shorter bursts of heavier snow — most of it coming down by Monday night.
By Tuesday morning, the weather agency says skies should clear and the snow should taper off.
In the meantime, Environment Canada is reminding people on the highways to be careful since visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.
If visibility is reduced while driving, they recommend people slow down, turn on their head lights and be prepared to stop.
Before heading out on the highway, be sure to check out the province’s Highway Hotline to see the road conditions along your route.