The Water Security Agency is predicting a below normal spring run-off in Saskatchewan.
In a preliminary forecast, the agency says most of the province is looking at a below normal snow pack for this time of year.
The report says some areas in east central Saskatchewan could have near normal run-off because of more water than normal goiing into winter freeze-up.
There is also an area extending from Yorkton to Last Mountain Lake that may see above normal runoff based on current conditions.
Saskatchewan has had a warmer and drier than normal winter so far.
Most reservoirs and dugouts went into winter at near normal levels and surface water supplies are expected to be adequate this year. The agency warns it is still early and conditions could change in the coming weeks.