A small dose of winter is expected to hit parts of southern and eastern Saskatchewan Friday.
Brad Vrolijk with Environment Canada says parts of the province will get the worst of it this morning.
But if you’re heading east today, you’ll see some snow.
“Along the Manitoba border, from Hudson Bay south to Moosomin,” Vrolijk saud. “They could see anywhere from 10 cm of snow. So there’s going to be some snow if you’re heading east on Friday.”
Vrolijk says some flurries along with rain showers is in the forecast – especially for Friday morning. He says blame it on a low pressure which will move over the area throughout the day.
Vrolijk says Highway 11 could be a bit slippery throughout the morning.
“If anyone is travelling Friday,” Vrolijk said. “Especially along Highway 11 between Saskatoon and Regina, through the morning, there is a risk of freezing rain. So people should be prepared to take some precautions.”
Vrolijk says this low pressure system will move out quickly and we’ll be back to sun later in the weekend.