The Special weather statement has ended for Weyburn and the rest of southeast Saskatchewan, but there is now a freezing rain warning and winter storm watch in effect.  

Environment and Climate Change Canada said freezing rain is likely to develop overnight and then last into early Friday morning. 

Heavy snow is expected through southeastern Saskatchewan as a Colorado Low moves through the Dakotas this weekend. Total accumulations are expected to be 25 to 50 centimetres of wet snow.

Strong winds gusting 70 to 90 km/h are also possible Saturday into Sunday giving very poor visibilities in blowing snow.

Conditions are expected to improve late Sunday as the low pulls away.

Utility outages may occur, and it is encouraged to make an emergency plan and have an emergency kit with drinking water, food, medicine, a first-aid kit, and a flashlight.  

Stay up to date with the weather here and the road conditions here