Snow continued falling in southwest Saskatchewan Tuesday morning as Environment Canada ended its snowfall warning.
The warning was put into place Monday afternoon forecasting up to 20 centimetres of snow was possible for the areas of Leader, Gull Lake, Shaunavon, Maple Creek, Val Marie, Cypress Hills, Swift Current, Herbert, Cabri, Kyle and Lucky Lake.
While the area didn’t see the massive amount of snow first expected, it still saw a good amount fall.
“Swift Current’s been going good all night – I don’t know exactly how much they’ve got over there but it’s running up to five, six centimetres,” said CJME weather specialist John Wilson.
Someone commenting on CJME’s Facebook page say they had four inches of snow in their yard in Moose Jaw Tuesday morning.
While he expects Remembrance Day to be around 1 C with a light flurry in the morning, Wilson forecasts that the sunshine will return again on the weekend with highs of about 7 C on Friday and Saturday.
While Wilson warns the warm weather can’t stick around all season, he pointed out that with El Niño, the entire winter should still be milder than average.