Snowfall warning ended: 4:40 AM CST Sunday 04 March 2018
View update for Sunday March 4th, 2018 here : Freezing Drizzle & High Wind Gusts Will Mean Hazardous Travel, More Snow Tonight
Updated: 8:13 PM CST Saturday 03 March 2018
3:11 PM CST Saturday 03 March 2018
An upper air disturbance will continue to bring heavy snow to parts of central and east central Saskatchewan tonight. Snowfall totals will be around 10 cm by mid Sunday morning. There will likely be periods of very low visibility in the heavy snow and local blowing snow.
The snow will begin to taper off overnight, beginning over southwestern regions, then northeastern regions Sunday morning.
A second push of extreme winter weather is expected for parts of southern Saskatchewan beginning late Sunday and persisting through Monday. Travellers should be aware that this weather system will affect a large portion of the Canadian Prairies.
Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop.
• 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
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.