Snow and strong northerly winds expected for areas of western Saskatchewan.
A cold front is forecast to move through Alberta bringing a significant drop in temperatures and snow.
In western Saskatchewan along the Alberta border, rain will change to snow Monday morning as strong to severe northerly winds develop. The highest snow accumulations are expected along the Cypress Hills.
Further details regarding rainfall and snowfall amounts, as well as expected wind strength will be available in future public forecasts and within any watches or warnings that may be issued.
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