Milder temperatures are returning to Regina and areas in southern Saskatchewan.
However, Environment Canada says with the warmer weather comes the risk of showers, ice pellets, or even freezing rain.
The weather office is advising residents there may be a risk of freezing rain overnight Tuesday in some areas, and highway travellers are advised to check their route with the Highway Hotline.
Temperatures will be quite mild for the remainder of the week with Thursday’s daytime high expected to reach 8C.
In the meantime, a major winter storm has settled into the southern Ontario region, stretching from Windsor all the way to the Quebec border.
The heaviest snow is expected in the Niagara region, where up to 30 centimetres is expected to fall.
Environment Canada says Hamilton and Burlington could see up to 25 centimetres, while Toronto could get 20.
Officials are warning anyone who is travelling by air in or out of Toronto should check the status of their flights.