Ten to 20 centimetres of snow could hit southeastern Saskatchewan between Friday night and Saturday, according to a special weather statement from Environment Canada.

The weather agency has alerts across the southern portion of the province as a low-pressure system develops in Montana.

"As the low tracks eastwards into North Dakota, snow will spread through southeastern Saskatchewan into southern Manitoba," said the statement.

"The snow is forecast to begin in southwestern Saskatchewan on Friday evening, move across southern Saskatchewan into southwestern Manitoba Friday night, and then push across southern Manitoba Saturday into Saturday evening."

Though Environment Canada said we could get 10 to 20 centimetres, there is "uncertainty with [the system's] track."

"This system could end up further south which could substantially decrease the amount of snow that would fall across the southern Prairies."

Blowing snow is liable to cause trouble for highway travellers starting Friday evening, but not a certainty.

"Confidence with this system at this time is low to moderate due to the variability of the system's track. It is possible that over the next 24 hours the track of the low may shift further south, limiting the snowfall amounts and blowing snow potential."

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