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Snowy Sunday in Saskatchewan as winter rushes into the weekend

Oct 27, 2019 | 12:22pm

The weather has changed quite a bit throughout the weekend in Saskatchewan. Residents experienced temperatures in the double digits during the day on Friday with plenty of sunshine. Strong wind gusts reaching 80 km/h from the west began Friday night and moved into Saturday. And while the winds reduced bit, that’s when the snow arrived. […]

Additional snow routes added by City of Regina

Oct 17, 2019 | 7:10am

An additional 11 kilometers has been added to the City of Regina’s Snow Route program. The new routes now include: Winnipeg Street – Ross Avenue to Broadway Avenue Victoria Avenue – Pasqua Street to Albert Street Victoria Avenue – Broad Street to Winnipeg Street Toronto Street – Victoria Avenue to College Avenue College Avenue – […]

Clean-up continues in Manitoba after weekend snowstorm

Oct 15, 2019 | 4:17pm

The farm that has been in Jamal Abas’ family for four generations was without power for a sixth straight day Tuesday — one of thousands of homes and businesses across Manitoba still suffering after a massive snowstorm that brought down trees, transmission lines and large utility towers. “No tree was spared in our yard,” Abas […]

Manitoba snowstorm means cancellation of Thunder regular-season finale

Oct 12, 2019 | 8:00pm

(Regina Thunder coach Scott MacAulay leads his team out before a game against the Saskatoon Hilltops at Mosaic Stadium on August 25/19   Picture: Wanda Harron Photography) If you had plans to go to Leibel Field to watch the Regina Thunder meet the Winnipeg Rifles on Sunday afternoon, you can forget about it. On Saturday night, […]

Manitoba cleaning up after winter storm blasts through

Oct 12, 2019 | 3:36pm

Electricity is returning for many Winnipeg customers affected by an intense winter storm, but Manitoba Hydro says it can’t even estimate how long it will be before power is restored to thousands of people as the weather system moves north and west. By late Saturday morning, the utility said nearly 53,000 customers, including 7,000 in […]

Thanksgiving weekend starts with snowfall warning for SE Sask

Oct 11, 2019 | 6:15pm

Turkey, stuffing and shovelling. That is what people in the southeast corner of Saskatchewan could be doing this weekend as a snowfall warning for areas including Carlyle, Stoughton, Moosomin and Grenfell has been issued by Environment Canada. The weather office says 10 to 15 centimeters of  snow will move into the southeastern corner of Saskatchewan late […]

Temperatures to drop and snow to fall in southern Saskatchewan over next 48 hrs

Oct 8, 2019 | 8:00am

We all know the weather in Saskatchewan in October can be up and down, and we are going to see another example of that come Tuesday night. After a day on Monday where the temperature was close to 20 degrees in Regina, it will be barely above freezing Wednesday and Thursday as more snow is […]

Last month was one of the wettest Septembers in southern Saskatchewan

Oct 6, 2019 | 9:30am

Environment Canada says September 2019 goes into the record books as one of the wettest on record in southern Saskatchewan. Meteorologist Terri Lang explained how Regina had more than double the average rainfall, receiving 78.5 millimetres. The average is 32.8 millimetres. “That came in the ninth wettest out of 144 years on record, so pretty […]

Multiple highways with winter conditions as snowfall hits Saskatchewan

Sep 29, 2019 | 8:42am

Snow and rain continue to fall in parts of Saskatchewan as we wrap up September. Winter storm warnings are still in effect for areas west of Regina including Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Assiniboia, Leader and Shaunavon. As of early Sunday morning, Environment Canada meteorologist Mark Melsness didn’t have official precipitation totals for the southwest. However, he […]

Special weather statement issued for SW Sask as snow is on its way

Sep 27, 2019 | 12:51pm

Those in southwestern Saskatchewan should be prepared to dig out from what is expected to be a significant snowfall this weekend. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for areas including Swift Current, Shaunavon, Gull Lake, Maple Creek, the Cypress Hills and Assiniboia as up to thirty centimeters of snow could fall on the […]