The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency has issued an advisory for possible flooding in north west Saskatchewan later this week.
Patrick Boyle with the Water Security Agency says much of Meadow Lake Provincial Park and surrounding areas received over 60 millimeters of precipitation over the weekend.
With warming temperatures later this week, he says a rapid snow melt could result in some minor flooding.
He says there may be some out of channel flows and the potential for roadways to be overtopped.
Boyle says widespread flooding is not expected but urges the public to use caution near fast moving water and avoid driving through moving water.
The Churchill River system will also have higher flows over the coming weeks.