Winter is once again making an appearance across Saskatchewan this weekend.
Snowfall warnings have been issued for east central portions of the province.
Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg expects ten centimeters or more will fall in 12 hours in those areas.
“We’re looking at snowfall of around 15 cm, maybe just a little bit more when everything is all said and done for areas around Humboldt, Moosomin, Yorkton and the Kamsack area. Those areas won’t receive the heavy snow until Saturday,” Cragg said.
Cragg says Regina will see most of it’s forecast snowfall Friday with five to ten centimeters expected to fall overnight into Saturday morning.
After the snow moves out Cragg said we can expect daytime highs to drop well below normal with Regina expecting a daytime high on Monday of just minus 9.
Winter driving conditions are expected for most areas over the weekend.