While we got a small taste of winter Tuesday, more snow is expected over the course of the next 24 hours, enough to prompt Environment Canada to issue a snowfall warning for an area stretching from Pangman to the west, all the way to the Manitoba border and beyond, and from just south of Francis all the way to the U.S. border.  

The warning says some portions of southeast Saskatchewan could see 10 to 20 centimetres of snow throughout the day Wednesday, before ending overnight. Areas closer to the border could see closer to the 20-centimetre mark by the time the system moves on. 

The system responsible is a Montana low-pressure system that will begin to move into the area.  

Environment Canada is reminding residents to be prepared for winter driving conditions, as rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult in some locations. They are recommending residents keep an eye on road and highway conditions. You can find the latest highway conditions on the Discover Weyburn Road Report page.  

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