Special weather statement for first snowfall of season

A special weather statement has been issued for Regina and area for the first snowfall of the season.
Environment and Climate Change Canada said precipitation will begin in parts of southern Saskatchewan Saturday morning initially as rain, but will progressively change to wet snow from west to east over the course of the weekend.
The switch from rain to snow will be gradual, and will begin in southwest Saskatchewan Saturday night.
There could be between 2 and 10 mm of the white stuff on Sunday with higher amounts through south central saskatchewan and Cypress Hills.
Strong, gusty winds will also form in the wake of this system as it moves east into Manitoba Sunday.
Expect reduced visibilities on the highway with heavy falling snow.

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