The city of Saskatoon along with other parts of west central and southwest Saskatchewan are bracing for one more blast of winter this weekend.
Parts of southwestern Saskatchewan have now been placed under a Winter Storm Warning by Environment Canada.
The weather office says areas from Lloydminster, east to Saskatoon and south to Swift Current could see anywhere from 10 to 15 centimeters of snow on Saturday.
Blowing snow and poor visibility is also expected to be a factor thanks to gusty winds.
Regina is also expected to receive five to ten centimeters of snow on Saturday.