Another Blast of Winter to Hit Southern Saskatchewan

Mar 9, 2023 | 7:22am

Hopefully if you’re living in Southern Saskatchewan your snow shovel isn’t packed away just yet. The lower portion of the province could receive 10-20 cm of snow in another blast from old man winter. The snow is projected to start Friday night with wind gusts as high as 70 km an hour. Environment and Climate […]

Most tornadoes causing little damage this year

Aug 1, 2022 | 9:47am

Hail, strong winds and lots of rain have been a part of a lot of Saskatchewan storms this year – but thankfully the damage from tornadoes this year has been limited. While the storm that knocked out power to some in Regina wasn’t packing any tornadoes that were reported, a couple of days ago some […]

Tornado confirmed north of Morse Thursday

Jun 24, 2022 | 2:59pm

A tornado north of Morse Thursday evening has been confirmed by Environment and Climate Change Canada. The preliminary rating for the tornado, which was reported 30 kilometres north of Morse at 5:40 p.m. last night, is EF-0. No damage reports were received in relation to this part of the storm. Environment and climate change Canada […]

WEATHER ALERT: A potent spring winter storm is set to wallop much of Sask. Monday

Mar 28, 2021 | 10:42am

Residents across much of Saskatchewan can expect a late blast of winter Monday. After temperatures in the mid-teens Sunday, the weather is set to take a turn Monday afternoon, and Environment Canada Meteorologist Jason Knight said this storm will pack quite the punch. Many parts of the province are under a Winter Storm, Snowfall or […]

Rain, heavy snow in the mix for southern Sask. forecast

Mar 8, 2021 | 5:10pm

A fresh layer of snow will be back on the prairies as Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for Regina and parts of southern Saskatchewan. Alysa Pederson, meteorologist with Environment Canada, said a low pressure system will possibly bring rain showers on Monday night due to warm temperatures. It’s expected that the rain will transition […]

SGI estimates close to 2,000 property claims after powerful blizzard

Jan 17, 2021 | 9:35am

SGI says they have received lots of reports of property damage after last week’s blizzard. The storm, which smashed January wind records, also caused massive power outages and disruptions. SGI spokesperson Tyler McMurchy says they expect this to be the most significant storm event of the winter by far. “We have seen a considerable increase […]

Post-blizzard cleanup underway in Regina

Jan 14, 2021 | 4:26pm

Cleanup is well underway in the Queen City after Wednesday night’s blizzard. The strongest winter storm in quite some time left damage and debris in its wake. Executive Director of Citizen Services Kim Onrait says crews have been working non-stop to clear snow and remove debris from major roadways, and that roadways should be clear […]

Under 200 vehicle collisions reported to Sask. RCMP during winter storm

Jan 14, 2021 | 12:39pm

As expected, it was quite the busy night for RCMP in Saskatchewan who responded and continue to handle numerous calls across the province following a winter storm that affected multiple regions. Corporal Rob King with Saskatchewan RCMP described the past 24 hours as “extremely busy” for multiple detachments in the province. He shared that over […]

SaskPower working hard to restore power to 80,000 customers after blizzard

Jan 14, 2021 | 11:29am

SaskPower crews are working hard to restore power to much of Saskatchewan after wind and snow ravaged the province last night. Crews were able to restore power to some customers last night, however in many cases, roads were impassable, and the weather was too severe for workers to do their jobs safely, meaning repairs had […]

Snowfall warning issued for southwest Sask. communities

Oct 20, 2020 | 4:16pm

It is going to be a day to stay home in the southwest corner of the province Wednesday. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Shaunavon, Maple Creek and Cypress Hills area with the forecast calling for 10 to 20 centimeters of snow to come down as advancing cold air from the north […]