As the calendar hits October, those in the western part of the province could be seeing some nasty weather.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for parts of west-central and southwest Saskatchewan with snow and high winds being a distinct possibility.
The weather office says a significant weather system is moving into Alberta Sunday with rain turning into snow by Monday morning. Precipitation will begin as rain with all regions changing to snow by Monday morning. At this time the heaviest snow is expected through the Coronation, Drumheller, Brooks and Medicine Hat Regions.
In addition to snow strong to severe northerly winds are forecast to develop tomorrow afternoon in central Alberta and spread southwards Sunday night. Wind gusts of 90 km/h are possible east of Highway 2.
In western Saskatchewan along the Alberta border, rain will change to snow Monday morning as strong to severe northerly winds develop. The highest snow accumulations are expected along the Cypress Hills.