A blast of winter has started making its way into Saskatchewan as some areas of the province are expected to see up to 30 centimetres – or one foot – of snow by Wednesday morning.
Snowfall warnings remained in place for parts of east central Saskatchewan Tuesday morning. Melfort, Tisdale, Hudson Bay and areas north could see some of the highest snowfall amounts, with 10 to 15 cm in the forecast for Tuesday alone.
The weather was already deteriorating road conditions in west central Saskatchewan early Tuesday morning, with travel not recommended in many areas around North Battleford.
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Further south, Regina is only expected to see about two or three centimetres of snow – about one inch – by Wednesday morning. However, more snow is possible throughout the rest of the week.