Environment Canada is warning Estevan residents of the strong winds that may cause damage, heading our way this evening.
A cold front associated with an approaching low-pressure system will bring a surge of strong, gusting northerly winds Saturday and into Sunday.
While much of the province will be windy on Sunday, the strongest winds will occur over southwestern sections, especially near the Cypress Hills, and points eastwards towards Regina and Estevan. Wind gusts exceeding 90 km/h will be possible in the morning and afternoon on Sunday.
Flurries will likely accompany this cold front. Visibilities will likely be reduced in the falling snow and gusty winds.
In addition to the snow and strong winds, temperatures will fall by 10 degrees or more with the passage of the cold front, which will result in rapidly freezing surfaces that were previously above or near the freezing mark.
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