The winter of 2012-2013 is not finished with Saskatchewan as a nasty weather system was expected dump up to 20 centimetres of snow on parts of the province Monday night.

The areas that will be hit hardest are around Moosomin, Yorkton, Melville and Kamsack, according to forecasts from Environment Canada.

The weather is coming into southern Saskatchewan from a system developing in North Dakota.

It will begin as showers, and even thundershowers. Then wet snow will follow.

To make matters worse, cold air is expected to move into the area, turning everything that was wet into ice.

There is also a chance of freezing rain.

Brisk winds will only add to the misery and motorists can expect reduced visibility on the roads.