Environment Canada says, depending on where you are in Saskatchewan, you can expect a bit of everything Wednesday.
Southern Saskatchewan had some snow mixed with rain, which has caused a bit of a slushy mix for some areas – including Regina.
There are reports of fog patches and of light snow falling in some central regions – which has created a mixed bag of tricks throughout the province.
It’s always best to check with the Highway Hotline before any travel at this time of the year.
A serious accident Tuesday near Regina may have been caused by less-than-idea road conditions, so RCMP are urging motorists to use extra caution.
The forecast however is calling for much drier, sunnier and warmer conditions as the week begins to wind down.
There are 10 days until spring.