Snowfall warnings remain in effect for southwestern corner of Sask.

Snowfall Warnings remain in place for parts of extreme southwestern Saskatchewan Monday morning.

Environment Canada says up to 15 cm’s is expected by days end, with the highest amounts falling along the northern slopes of the Cypress Hills.

Highway conditions are also treacherous in the area Monday morning, with travel not recommended on a number of roads, including the Trans-Canada Highway from just west of Gull Lake to the Alberta border as of 6:00 a.m.



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