A major winter storm is expected throughout southeastern Saskatchewan.
Heavy snow will bring total accumulations of 25 to 50 cm to areas on Saturday as a major colorado low moves through.
A mix of rain and snow tonight will change over to heavy snow on Saturday morning. This snowfall will continue until Sunday morning. Storm-total snowfall accumulations of 25 to 50 cm will fall with local amounts reaching 60 cm or more.
Strong winds gusting 70 to 90 km/h are also likely Saturday into Sunday, giving very poor visibility in blowing snow.
There is also a likelihood of freezing rain this morning and early Saturday morning.
Conditions are expected to improve late Sunday as the low pulls away.
Be prepared for possible power outages.
Continue to consult your local forecasts as the event draws closer for any updates including further watches or warnings.
Avoid travel if possible - if you do, visit our Road Reports and Cancellations page for up-to-date road conditions.