Saturday is set to be another consistent day for snowfall in Regina.
The Queen City is expected to get another two to four centimetres of snow–or up to an inch and a half.
“It’ll probably just keep snowing lightly throughout the afternoon,” said Environment Canada meteorologist Dan Fulton, after commenting that the majority of the snow will fall in the morning.
By around 5 a.m., Fulton had estimated the city had already received around six centimetres, or more than two inches.
“The heaviest stuff has now moved east of Regina and it shouldn’t redevelop so the worst is over.”
A number of snowfall warnings were still in place as of Saturday morning for areas to the northeast of Regina.
Fulton said the sky should let up before the Saskatchewan Roughrider game starts at 5 p.m.
“I suspect by that time the snow will have become intermittent and it’ll just be like, you know, the off and on flurries you see typically in the winter. The steady snow should have stopped by then,” he said.
The chance of flurries stands at 60 per cent. Saturday’s high is -4 C while the low is -13 C.
While there’s a slight chance of flurries for Sunday, after that the short-term forecast has no mention of snow again.