Saskatchewan is being blanketed by snow again on Wednesday.
While the central part of the province is getting around 10 centimeters of the white stuff, the Regina area could see as much as five before the day is over with some freezing rain or drizzle also a possibility.
The question many are asking is “Is this it?”, and according to Environment Canada, the answer is no.
“We can expect colder than average temperatures right through the end of April,” Environment Canada’s John-Paul Cragg said Wednesday morning. “There are some indications taht a system that could move throw the area next week could bring us more snow.”
Cragg adds the first week of April was the coldest first week of April in history for Regina.
The average high for this time of year is nine degrees.