Get out your shovels, snow has fallen in parts of Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for the areas of Shaunavon, Maple Creek, Val Marie and Cypress Hills.
The area has already seen five to 10 cm of snow Tuesday morning. Fifteen to 25 cm of snow is expected to fall in the area. Most of the snow should melt overnight according to Environment Canada, but light snow will continue Wednesday.
Parts of northern Saskatchewan are also under a snowfall warning including Pelican Narrows, Cumberland House and Creighton. Environment Canada expects up to five cm of snow by Tuesday evening and overnight another five to 10 cm of snow with another five to 10 cm on Wednesday.
The City of Saskatoon has also been placed under a snowfall warning, with a total of 10 to 15 cm to be expected.
Environment Canada also issued rainfall warnings for parts of Saskatchewan including Yorkton, Melville, Esterhazy, Kamsack, Canora and Preeceville.
According to Environment Canada, the rain is moving towards the area along the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border. Most areas are expected to see 40 to 60 mm of rain with heavy rainfall continuing overnight and tapering off Wednesday.