Regina could get walloped worst by coming snow
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Get your snow shovels ready, Saskatchewan.
The latest blast of the winter that refuses to end is on its way.
According to CBC weather specialist Farah Singh, flurries and light snow are in the forecast for southern and central Saskatchewan, along with temperatures in the -12 to -14 C. range.
Starting today and continuing to Thursday, five to 10 centimetres could fall.
Regina could get the worst of it, with 10 cm expected. Saskatoon is expecting two to five cm by Thursday.