While fog advisories remain out for many parts of Saskatchewan, those in the southwest part of the province can get ready for snow.
Environment Canada has a snowfall warning out for the extreme southwest corner including Shaunavon, Maple Creek, the Cypress Hills and Gull Lake with 10-20 centimeters expected.
You can blame it on a disturbance approaching from Montana that will bring snow into the affected regions beginning Saturday morning and continuing throughout the day. Total accumulations of 10-20 cm can be expected by Sunday morning.
The Swift Current area will get around five centimetres, but it is expected the disturbance will not hit Regina or Moose Jaw.