We knew it would come eventually and now Environment Canada says much of central and southern Saskatchewan could get its first taste of winter Wednesday and Thursday.
Special Weather Statements are in effect for central and southern parts of the province including Regina and Moose Jaw.
A low pressure system is expected to bring rain snow and high winds to many communities.
The highest accumulating snow is expected to be in the southwest corner.
The weather forecast issued Wednesday morning points to the system packing a punch, but could be short-lived.