Take a deep breath Saskatchewan, the worst is over.
Environment Canada has ended all snowfall and winter storm warnings in the province after an intense inverted trough system moved through over the past 36 hours.
Meteorologist Dan Fulton, said over a foot of snow fell in the queen city.
“It looks like we are sitting around 35 centimeters in Regina, and the surrounding areas as of this (Tuesday) morning,” he said.
“It was a pretty good dump of snow with maybe a little more today, the weakening trough that’s over the area will kind of linger today,” Fulton said.
That will bring another two centimeters or so in total.
Fulton added they believe the heaviest accumulation was between Indian Head and Wynyard, adding they’ll know more later on Tuesday once measurements have been taken.
The heavy snow is still affecting highways however, with reduced visibility and heavy snow the most common issues on roadways across the province.
In Regina school transportation is cancelled for the day Tuesday as the city continues to dig out, the city’s “snow routes” are also in place for the time being.