City of Regina crews have been working around the clock clearing up the major dump of snow Regina received over the past two days.
According to the city, main roads are getting the most attention before side streets are tackled.
And according to Environment Canada, Regina saw 15cm of snow, the southeast got about 20 cm of snow and the winner was southwest Saskatchewan, where nearly 35 cm of snow came down.
In Regina overnight, city crews were working on major routes and intersections again after the snowfall warning finally was called off.
Expect snow plows to be on city streets throughout the morning. Side streets will get cleared once all major routes are complete.
But, if you were hoping for a reprieve from this recent snowfall, you won’t get much of a break for a few more days.
The snowfall warnings may be over, but Dan Fulton from Environment Canada says brace yourselves for some bitter cold Tuesday.
“Tonight through Wednesday, as the cold air really sets in, expect brisk west winds and a windchill near the minus 40C mark,” said Fulton.
Fulton says milder conditions are on the way, but we’ll have to weather through this cold snap.