Mother Nature wins again.
Environment Canada is projecting about 8-12 centimetres to fall through the weekend and into Monday in southwestern Saskatchewan, with some areas receiving as much as 15 centimetres.
Brian Van Wilgenburg said on Saturday morning some parts of Saskatchewan have already been slammed.
“Best estimates are that they’ve received about five to 10 centimetres in the southwest corner of the province in the Leader area and it continues to snow there,” he said.
“Leader and Swift Current will pick up an additional five centimetres.”
Wilgenburg said while this latest system is slow moving and isn’t bringing a lot of snow with it, you should still take every precaution to play it safe and prepared, regardless if you’re just walking down the street or behind the wheel.
All the latest updates on this latest winter system can be found here on 620 CKRM and on Environment Canada.