Winter isn’t over yet in the province’s southwest.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the extreme southwest corner including the Cypress Hills, Leader, Shaunavon and Gull Lake.
An upper level disturbance over Montana will track northwestward and spread bands of moderate snow into southwestern Saskatchewan Friday night and on Saturday. Snowfall amounts of 8 to 12 cm can be expected over most of the warning area with local amounts up to 15 cm possible especially over the higher terrain of the Cypress Hills. The snow should taper off from south to north Saturday afternoon. As well with the mild air in place there could be some patchy freezing rain again over southwestern regions this evening.