Highway Hotline says roads and highways in southern Saskatchewan may have some snow-covered, icy or slushy sections for Sunday and Monday.
Motorists planning any travel should likely give themselves a bit of extra time.
Routes around Regina and Moose Jaw may have some wet or freezing areas – which may not clear up throughout the day because of a cool, cloudy forecast.
Showers or flurries can be expected as well.
In the meantime, the snow just doesn’t want to quit in northern Saskatchewan.
A snowfall warning has been issued for the La Ronge area.
Much of the province still has snow-covered areas after a nearly three-day stretch of snow earlier this week.
Saskatoon received 30 cm while Regina received 10 cm, according to Environment Canada.
Long weekend travellers from Saskatchewan who may be in Edmonton this weekend got another dose of snow.
A system moving through Alberta slowed over Edmonton, giving that city got its first snowfall of the season.
Edmonton Police say they responded to 77 collisions in just under 24 hours.
Officers report seven people were hurt.
Damage was reported in another 58 collisions.