Southeastern Saskatchewan is into what's expected to be a few days of snowfall, that could produce up to a foot, or 30 centimetres, of the stuff.
Light snow started falling Tuesday evening, and is forecast to continue until Thursday. Periods of light snow and blowing snow are in the forecast for Thursday, before clearing up Friday.
Estevan is expected to receive two to four centimetres Wednesday and another five to 10 centimetres Wednesday night.
The province's Highway Hotline lists winter-driving conditions across the southeast. Loose, swirling, and drifting snow is prevalent across the region. Reduced visibility is being reported near Weyburn. There are also icy and slippery sections in areas.