Alberta Clipper Arriving, Expect Snow, Freezing Rain and Cold.

Storm warning started popping up Sunday afternoon, as an “Alberta Clipper” is going to blow through Saskatchewan. As always, it depends on where you are when it comes to just how nasty this is going to be.

Saskatoon is already under a “winter storm warning” with heavy snow and strong winds expected Sunday night, into Monday morning. The temperature in and around the Bridge City will plummet with wind chills of Minus 30 Monday night, and wind gusts of up to 70 kilometres an hour. Expect road conditions to be treacherous with fresh snow, drifting snow, blowing snow and poor visibility. The storm is tracking across central Saskatchewan and will hit places like the Battlefords, Prince Alberta, Wilkie, Biggar, Rosthern, Melfort, Tisdale, Wadena, Wynyard Canora, and through to the Manitoba Border.

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In Southern Saskatchewan from Regina south the US border expect some snow overnight, but the temperature will drop considerably during the day Monday from Minus 1 all the way down to Minus 23. Tuesday, the high temperature is expected to be just Minus 16, but by Thursday that area will warm up to potentially plus 7. After that, more cold air is expected.

If you are planning on travelling from town to town over the next few days keep the weather in mind, and check the Highway Hotline for the latest road conditions.

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