Winter driving returns to Saskatchewan, police advise caution
Environment Canada says light snow forecast for much of Tuesday
There are three constants in life: death, taxes and snow in Saskatchewan.
Early Tuesday morning, Saskatchewan's Highway Hotline had flagged a number of roads in southern Saskatchewan for loose and swirling snow.
The Trans-Canada Highway from Regina to Swift Current was flagged for icy and slippery sections.
Other sections of the Trans-Canada had loose and swirling snow, including Regina to Whitewood.
Environment Canada expected roughly two centimetres of snow to fall on the Regina region today, changing to light snow.
Meanwhile, the Saskatoon region was dusted with snow in the first snowfall of the year for the area.
Environment Canada expects light snow to fall on the city for the rest of the day.
Police are warning drivers to be cautious on the road.
Drivers are asked to slow down, give distance between vehicles and give yourself extra time to get to your destination.