Snow is flying throughout much of Saskatchewan, but for some producers, harvest continues.
The latest crop report shows 95 per cent of the crop has been combined, after a relatively dry and warm November allowed many producers to play catch up.
Harvest was stalled for many producers after a cool and wet October.
Producers who still have crop on the field are hoping to take it off before winter, but there are some hints some crop will be left out until spring. In some areas, water-logged and roads need to freeze to allow harvest equipment.
The west-central region of the province has the most crop left in the field, with 89 per cent. The northeastern part has 91 per cent of the crop left, while the southeastern, southwestern and east-central regions have 98 per cent of the crop combined.