Snow and freezing rain expected across southern Sask. Wednesday

Special Weather Advisories are out across portions of central and southern Saskatchewan, including for Regina and Moose Jaw, as a shift from mild weather to cooler temperatures is going to set in.

Environment Canada says that will bring a mix of rain, snow and freezing rain.

A narrow band of 2 to 5 cm of snowfall accumulation will stretch from roughly Leader to Regina, with freezing rain most likely early Wednesday afternoon.

As for the temperature, a high of 1 C is expected for Regina on Wednesday, but by Sunday a high of just -16 C is in the forecast.

The normal daytime high for the Queen City this time of year is about -9 C.

Highway conditions can be found here.

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