Some unsettled weather is going to blast through Saskatchewan Thursday night.
And according to Environment Canada, it will be over before the weekend.
The weather office says southern Saskatchewan will see some snow, ice pellets. as well as a gusty southeast wind Thursday.
Briank Bukoski with Environment Canada says a new weather system is rolling in. “We are watching a low pressure system moving in from Alberta later today,” says Bukoski.
“It’s giving an area of snow across the southern prairies, freezing rain and gusty winds. It’s going to start basically melting the snow we have and cause a freeze-thaw cycle in the region.”
Bukoski says the temperature is also expected to rise to plus 2C overnight. On Friday, the temperatures will then drop to minus 10C in the afternoon.
Environment Canada says the forecast should bring more normal conditions by the weekend.