Special Weather Statements are in effect Wednesday morning across central and southern Saskatchewan, and it’s not because of an April shower.
An Alberta Clipper is expected to bring snow throughout the province Wednesday, with up to ten centimeters expected in some areas.
In Regina, Environment Canada is calling for five centimeters, and a high hovering around the freezing mark.
Motorists are also advised to use caution as road conditions could become dangerous thanks to accumulating snow and the risk of freezing rain.
Conditions are expected to improve throughout Wednesday afternoon and into the evening, west moving east.
The normal daytime high in Regina for April 11 is 11 degrees.