Saskatchewanians can look forward to snow this Thanksgiving Monday.
While temperatures are sticking around the freezing mark, light snow will be falling around much of the province (expect two to four centimetres).
However, the western side of the province can expect more than just a few centimetres of the white stuff.
Environment Canada also reminds people to be cautious while travelling on the highways today, as visibility may be reduced at times due to the heavy snowfall.
Temperatures are heating up on Wednesday, though, with sunshine and highs of 12 degrees Celsius in the long-range forecast.