Update: Snowfall Warning ENDED
Update: 3:40 PM CST Friday 26 January 2018 – SNOWFALL WARNING with total amounts of 15 to 20 cm continues.
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Environment Canada’s earlier snowfall warning has now been extended eastward into the Nipawin region. Residents of Hudson Bay,Porcupine Plain, Pelican Narrows,Cumberland House,Creighton as well as Kamsack, Canora, Preeceville regions should monitor weather updates as the system continues to move eastward.
Environment Canada Nipawin Forecast for Nipawin, SK
Today, Friday, January 26th, 2018; Snow. Amount 10 cm. High minus 13.
Tonight – Snow. Amount 5 cm. Wind becoming north 20 km/h near midnight. Low minus 22. Wind chill minus 30.
Snowfall warning in effect as of : 9:14 AM CST Friday 26 January 2018
Melfort – Tisdale – Nipawin – Carrot River
- R.M. of Arborfield including Arborfield and Zenon Park
- R.M. of Barrier Valley including Archerwill and McKague
- R.M. of Bjorkdale including Greenwater Lake Prov. Park
- R.M. of Connaught including Ridgedale and New Osgoode
- R.M. of Flett’s Springs including Beatty Ethelton and Pathlow
- R.M. of Invergordon including Yellow Creek and Tarnopol
- R.M. of Kinistino including Kinistino and James Smith Res.
- R.M. of Lake Lenore including St. Brieux
- R.M. of Moose Range including Carrot River and Tobin Lake
- R.M. of Nipawin including Nipawin Aylsham and Pontrilas
- R.M. of Pleasantdale including Naicam and Pleasantdale
- R.M. of Star City including Melfort and Star City
- R.M. of Three Lakes including Middle Lake and St Benedict
- R.M. of Tisdale including Tisdale Eldersley and Sylvania
- R.M. of Torch River including Choiceland and White Fox
- R.M. of Willow Creek including Gronlid and Fairy Glen
A low pressure trough spread snow into west-central Saskatchewan during the night. As of 8 a.m. CST Saskatoon has received 10 cm of snow, with lesser amounts reported thus far in other areas.
The area of snow is now gradually moving northward and eastward today, lifting north of the Yellowhead Highway. Areas to the south will see little or no snow today.
The trough will swing back through southern Saskatchewan tonight and Saturday morning with a few more centimetres accompanying it. North winds behind the trough will push temperatures back to normal or below normal values.
A wide range of snowfall totals from this system are still likely, with areas from the Yellowhead and north looking at 24 hour totals in the 10 to 20 cm range, while southern areas escape with less than 5 cm.
Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Public Safety Canada encourages everyone to make an emergency plan and get an emergency kit with drinking water, food, medicine, a first-aid kit and a flashlight. For information on emergency plans and kits go to http://www.getprepared.gc.ca/
Snowfall warnings are issued when significant snowfall is expected.
Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to email@example.com or tweet reports using #SKStorm.
Environment Canada 9:14 AM CST Friday 26 January 2018