While spring is on the horizon for the southeast a bit of winter will be peaking through this weekend as snow is being forecasted today.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Terri Lang says that what does fall onto the southeast won't be significant.

"Most of the energy for this system is going through central Saskatchewan. So there's just a little bit coming through Southern Saskatchewan. So probably two to five centimeters, I think not much in the way of wind with that either. So we're not expecting you know, a lot to widespread blowing snow or anything like that."

With Easter weekend receiving g that snow Lang says that people should keep an eye on road conditions before they travel.

"Because people are traveling on Friday just kind of keep that in mind and make sure to check the highway hotline before heading out. Just so you know what the roads are going to be like."

Lang says that the system is expected to bring some warm air behind it.