Snowfall warnings are in place Tuesday afternoon across southern Saskatchewan near the U.S border.
Ten to 15 centimeters is expected to fall overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday morning.
Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg said with colder temperatures blowing snow could make for tricky driving conditions.
Cragg also expects a cool down for much of the province heading into Christmas.
“Models are indicating cold air sliding into southern and central Saskatchewan by the time we get to Christmas day, now that’s looking pretty far out but models have been consistent in showing colder air moving in around Christmas and Boxing day,” Cragg said.
The long range forecast is currently reporting a daytime high of just minus 22 for the queen city Christmas day.
(Files from Christina Cherneskey)