Even though spring is officially less than a week away, winter will be sticking around a while longer.
The snowfall warning that began Saturday will continue overnight Sunday in the southeastern part of the province.
Although between two and five centimetres of snow are expected in the majority of the region affected by the warning, up to 15 centimetres could fall around Carlyle and Moosomin overnight.
Strong winds gusting between 50 km/h and 60 km/h are also expected, which will produce blowing snow and reduce visibility overnight.
The snow affected highway conditions across the province on Sunday, causing a number of travel advisories from Highway Hotline in the Regina, Moose Jaw, Weyburn and Kindersley areas, and even closing down sections of Highways 6 and 35 south of Regina for a period of time because of drifting snow.
Most of southern Saskatchewan is expecting some some snow to fall overnight, however conditions are forecast to improve by Monday morning.