With the first day of Fall on Saturday, a small portion of southwest Saskatchewan is under a snowfall warning.
Included in the warning are areas around Kindersley, Rosetown and Biggar.
Environment Canada said these areas will see 10 to 15 centimetres of snow as a low-pressure system makes its way into the province from Alberta.
Areas south of the Trans-Canada highway will see mostly rain, while snow will be seen a little further north.
Some areas can also expect to see freezing rain.
Kindersley will see the most snow, which is expected to begin late Friday night and into Saturday morning, tapering off in the afternoon.
The warning may be extended depending on the intensity of the storm system.