Snow on the way for central Saskatchewan: Environment Canada

Saskatchewanians in the northern grain belt shouldn't put away their snow shovels yet; Environment Canada is predicting a blast of winter will return on Tuesday.

Weather agency says some areas could see 30 cm of snow

Saskatchewanians in the northern grain belt shouldn't put away their snow shovels yet; Environment Canada is predicting a blast of winter will return tomorrow.

A storm system is developing over South and North Dakota today, and as it spreads into east-central Saskatchewan tonight, the weather agency says it will likely bring rain and heavy snow.

Environment Canada is predicting new snowfall in these areas of the province. (Environment Canada)

There's 10 to 20 centimetres of snow expected for the parklands area, while other areas could see as much as 30 centimetres by Wednesday morning.

The potentially affected areas include:

  • Hudson Bay
  • Porcupine Plain
  • Kamsack
  • Canora
  • Preeceville
  • Prince Albert
  • Shellbrook
  • Spiritwood
  • Duck Lake
  • Melfort
  • Tisdale
  • Nipawin
  • Carrot River
  • Humboldt
  • Wynyard
  • Wadena
  • Lanigan
  • Foam Lake


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