The southwest and southeast portions of the province can expect up to 10cm of snow Monday morning as a low-pressure system moves through.


A winter storm watch has been issued for the south west corner of the province while a winter storm warning has been issued for the south east portion of Saskatchewan.

Environment Canada says the Shaunavon and Maple Creek region could see heavy snow this morning, up to 10cm, with the potential for severe winter weather.

On the other side of the province the Carlyle, Oxbow, and Carnduff regions are under a snowfall warning meaning they will see heavy snow today. A total of ten cm of snow is likely to fall before noon.