Parts of southern Saskatchewan are in for some unsettled weather Monday.
From snow to rain, Environment Canada says some areas could expect a mixed bag of tricks.
An intense low pressure system over eastern Saskatchewan is bringing a band of heavy showers from Swift Current to Humboldt.
With embedded thunderstorms occurring along this band, there will be locally heavier downpours.
In the meantime, the first winter storm of the season to affect southern Alberta will also hammer the southwestern corner of Saskatchewan Monday.
Heavy wet snow that began overnight will continue to fall throughout the day, with accumulations approaching 30 cm expected along the Trans-Canada highway from west of Swift Current to the Alberta border including the Cypress Hills area.
The snow will be accompanied by northerly winds gusting to 80 km/h, which will result in white-out conditions at times and dangerous driving conditions on many highways in the area.
The snow will gradually taper off on Tuesday.