While people in southern Saskatchewan enjoyed relatively mild weather for the long weekend, those in the Battlefords area were burning off Thanksgiving calories shovelling snow.
North Battleford saw 12 centimetres of snow Monday, or just over four-and-a-half inches.
According to Environment Canada the town of Waseca, located between Lloydminster and North Battleford, got about 18 centimetres of snow — equivalent to over six inches.
Despite some freezing drizzle early Tuesday morning in Swift Current, Moose Jaw and Regina, all highways in southern Saskatchewan were clear. Highways in west central Saskatchewan showed some winter driving conditions with icy or slippery sections.