It's a return to blowing snow for those in the southeast today.
"Expect to see some light snow over the course of the day today and into the morning tomorrow," explained Regional Meteorologist, John Paul Cragg with Environment Canada. "But you'll be seeing light snow mixed with the stronger winds. We are forecasting winds of 40 km/hr gusting to 60 continuing through to the early afternoon."
"Areas of heavier snow are further north so the southeast corner won't be getting as much snow as areas further north like North Battleford, Saskatoon, Prince Albert and down into Yorkton but you are seeing a little bit of snow and you are seeing the stronger winds which can make driving a little bit tough."
"With a little bit of wind and with some snow falling on the roads, road conditions can be slick. It doesn't look like reduction of visibility on the roads will be a huge issue but slippery conditions mixed with those winds could make for poor driving conditions."
After this system clears up, Cragg tell us what is in the forecast.
"It looks like colder air is moving into the province so expect colder air to start to drop temperatures over the next seven days with the coldest air moving in for the beginning of February and also a chance of another system moving through Saskatchewan again, early next week and there is a chance of snow for areas in the southeast corner of the province."
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