The weather office has issued a special weather statement for the city of Regina and areas of southeast Saskatchewan.
A Colorado low is moving into the province and it could bring a lot of snow as we hear fron Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg.
“If the models we are seeing is true, we could see snowfalls in the worst hit areas of around 30 centimeters (11 inches).” Cragg says. “The worst of it looks it like will start late Sunday afternoon and stretch into Monday, but there is a lot of uncertainty as to where the system will form. The area will get some snow, but it just depends how much depending on the model and when and where it comes into Saskatchewan.
This is one of two systems hitting the province this weekend. The other is in the western and central parts of the province as a storm system from Alberta is moving in with an expected 10-15 centimeters of snow coming down in the Saskatoon, Battlefords, Lloydminster, Rosetown and Kindersley regions.
Both systems will mean limited visibility on affected highways and less than desirable road conditions making highway travel treacherous.