Southern Saskatchewan is expected to receive another blast of winter weather over Thursday night and Friday.
A system is moving up from Wyoming and Montana will bring upwards of 15 centimetres of snow to some areas of the province.
Environment Canada’s Terri Lang said southeast Saskatchewan will be hit hardest.
“It looks like 10-15 centimetres possible for the Estevan-Oxbow areas, further northwest of there, about five-10 centimetres, Regina area looks like they’ll come in with about two-four centimetres.”
Lang said driving conditions are going to be compromised with this storm.
“We’re having these snow storms right around the zero mark so it’s really tricky for the roads because often the air temperature is above freezing, but the road temperatures can still be below freezing.”
Lang said the snow may not stay long, as the weekend is expected to be warm and sunny, but adds more snow could be on the way for next week.