Special Weather Statements remain in effect across central and southern Saskatchewan Tuesday morning.
Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon are all included in the area, where five to ten centimeters of snow is expected to fall, with freezing rain also a possibility.
Environment Canada does not anticipate having to issue any “watches or “warnings”, because warmer temperatures are expected to keep snow accumulation to a minimum in most areas.
However with gusty winds expected, reduced visibility and blowing snow could make for tricky driving conditions throughout the day Tuesday.
The heaviest precipitation is expected to be west of Regina.
Conditions are expected to clear overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.