Southwestern Saskatchewan received a dumping of snow Monday, with more falling Tuesday morning. With the system moving eastwards, many were wondering if any of the snow would fall in the southeast.
Natalie Hasell, a warning preparedness meteorologist with Environment Canada, said while there could be some precipitation, it most likely won’t be snow.
“The southeastern corner of the province should start to see some increase in precipitation, likely see some drizzle, might see some showers,” Hasell explained. The main concern she stressed would be what happens as the mercury drops.
“It could freeze, so make sure you are paying attention to road conditions because they could change really quickly.”
After the system passes through, the southeast is expected to see sunshine and temperatures at or above normal for this time of year.
You can see the full five-day forecast here.