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Sask. weather: Up to 30 cm’s of snow possible for parts of province [Video]

Saskatchewan News

Winter weather seemed to be in the rear view mirror for Saskatchewan the past couple weeks, but now Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is forecasting as much as 30 centimetres of snow for some parts of the province.

Rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday is expected to turn into wet snow before Thursday morning for a large portion of Saskatchewan, according to ECCC’s forecast late Tuesday morning.

Gusty winds up to 80 kilometres per hour in the southern part of the province combined with temperatures near the freezing mark with snowfall are also expected to make road conditions hazardous, according to meteorologist Terri Lang.

“It’s going to stick and it’s going to freeze and melt, so it’s going to be a mess trying to drive on Wednesday,” Lang advised, reminding drivers to check the Highway Hotline if they have to travel.

Lang added that snowfall totals will be extremely hard …

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