Snow blankets Saskatoon before Easter weekend

Spring is still on Saskatoon.

Flurries dust Bridge City with snow

Spring is still on hold in Saskatoon after another dose of snow Thursday. 

The city saw flurries for most of the day. 

Saskatchewan woke up to a thick blanket of snow on Tuesday, just days after the start of spring.

A pair of geese were looking for food under this morning's snowfall. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Some were disappointed, but most people made the best of a snow-covered day in Saskatoon this morning. (James Hopkin/CBC)
A snowy park bench sits empty in Saskatoon. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Kinsmen Park in Saskatoon has a new coat of snow. (James Hopkin/CBC)
This plow was busy making the rounds on a snowy day in downtown Saskatoon. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Outside the Delta Bessborough, it doesn't look like spring is here. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Walkers and joggers didn't let a snowy day get in their way this morning.
Looking east from the Broadway Bridge in Saskatoon, it was overcast on Thursday. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Here's a view of Spadina Crescent from the Traffic Bridge. (James Hopkin/CBC)
Undeterred by the snowfall, people were walking across the Traffic Bridge this morning. (James Hopkin/CBC)


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