Winter isn’t over yet for some parts of Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for several parts of the province including Saskatoon, Kindersley and the Battlefords with 10-20 centimeters of snow expected.
The weather office says a developing winter storm is forecast to move through Alberta on Friday and spread into western Saskatchewan by Saturday morning. Strong winds of 40 to 50 km/h will combine with the falling snow to produce significant visibility restrictions in blowing snow.
The strong winds and heaviest snow are forecast to taper off by Saturday evening. Light snow will persist into Sunday.