Expect some flurries and local blowing snow Tuesday as a low-pressure system continues to hover over most of Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada says temperatures will still remain in the deep-freeze and the windchill will only make it feel much colder.
Highway Hotline has been reporting some winter-weather-like conditions on Saskatchewan highways – mostly due to blowing snow.
Motorists are advised to check weather conditions and routes before any highway travel.
There really isn’t much respite expected from this bitter cold.
The only saving grace, the sun is expected Wednesday and into the weekend.