Hazardous winter conditions are expected Friday in the Lloydminster, Sask. area.
It’s all thanks to a moisture-laden low-pressure system snaking across Alberta today.
Environment Canada says snow, freezing and ice pellets are forecast as it pushes in Saskatchewan.
Total snowfall amounts will be in the 10 to 15 cm range. Heavy snow will move out of the region by early evening.
The weather office urges travellers to consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve and to prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions.
In the meantime, other parts of Saskatchewan are going to get hit with winter-like conditions Friday.
There are Special Weather Statements for the Prince Albert and Melfort regions while snowfall warnings have been issued for regions further north.
Regina and areas in southern Saskatchewan won’t see any of this inclement weather as the forecast is calling for a mild weekend.