Some may be wondering if this winter is ever going to end.
Environment Canada has snowfall warnings out for southwestern Saskatchewan on Friday with a special weather statement issued for other areas of southern Saskatchewan.
Snow will spread across southern Saskatchewan today bringing accumulations of 5 to 10 cm along and south of the Trans-Canada Highway corridor. The snow will spread southeastwards across the region this morning and taper off from west to east this afternoon into the evening.
In addition to the snow, strong northerly winds will develop during the day with gusts to 50 and 60 km/h. The combination of the snow and strong winds will produce reduced visibilities in snow and blowing snow over open areas. Conditions will improve Friday evening as this system tracks into the Dakotas.
Below normal temperatures can be expected for the next 5 days as a ridge of Arctic high pressure builds into the region behind this system.