Winter storm watches and warnings are out for a good chunk of southern Saskatchewan as we brace for what will be another significant snowfall.
Terri Lang with Environment Canada says we won’t see anything close to the 30-plus centimeters that fell on us earlier this month, but some areas including Regina can expect to see 10 centimeters if not more of snow that will be wet and thick.
Lang says add some strong winds to that and it will be an old-fashioned blizzard that we will be dealing with.
“We are expecting winds to be gusting to 60 in the Regina area,” Lang said. “That will cause an issue with blowing snow and with the temperature hovering around zero, I think it will be quite the mess out there on Friday.
Lang does add the system from the Pacific that is bringing this snow will move through quickly and that conditions will start to improve some time Friday afternoon.