Snow has officially come to Saskatchewan.
Following Environment Canada has issuing a snowfall warning for the Kindersley, Biggar, Rosetown, Wilkie and Macklin regions, snow was spotted in many parts of the province.
The snow is a result of a low pressure system tracking in from Alberta, which is spreading precipitation across the southern part of the province. Areas near and south of the Trans Canada are expected to see rain. However, those north and west are getting snow.
Many highways in and out of the Regina area are under winter driving conditions.
Travel is not recommended on a stretch of Highway 11 just past Chamberlain and Davidson
The greatest potential for heavy snow appears to be the Kindersley area. The snow should begin there late overnight and be heaviest through the morning hours. It will then taper off in the afternoon. A narrow band with 10 to 15 cm accumulations is likely, with lesser amounts as you go east-southeast through Last Mountain Lake and towards Moosomin.