Winter isn’t done unleashing it’s wrath on southern Saskatchewan just yet.
A system from Colorado is progressing north, bringing snow and heavy winds.
Environment Canada Lead Forecaster Brad Vrolijk says while the Regina area saw about three centimetres of snow overnight on Saturday, that’s just a taste of the things to come.
“The main event starts today (Sunday),” he said. “Right now there’s an area of snow that’s developing and lifting northwards out of Montana and into southern Saskatchewan.”
“In Regina, the snow will start a bit later this morning.”
Vroljik says things will pick up a bit later on Sunday afternoon.
“We’re expecting anywhere from 5 to 10 centimetres today (Sunday). It’s going to pick up later in the day and tonight, there will be a fairly good amount of snow through the night, and we’re forecasting 10 centimetres to fall tonight.”