After a fresh dump of snow Tuesday, the province is waking up to a clearer day, but with it comes a chilling wind.
Depending on where you live in Saskatchewan, Environment Canada reported between 10 and 12 centimetres of snow leading to poor driving conditions.
Between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m., Saskatoon police received reports of 27 crashes. Nobody involved was seriously injured.
A crash just outside of Saskatoon claimed the life of one driver after a collision with a semi truck.
At the time, every highway out of Saskatoon was listed as not recommended for travel by the province’s highway hotline.
The forecast for Wednesday calls for a slight chance of flurries clearing up in the afternoon however a 20-kilometre wind will make it feel a bit colder.