Environment Canada issued snowfall warnings for several parts of Saskatchewan Thursday.
The warnings blanket a central stretch from the Battlefords and Unity all the way across to Hudson Bay and Porcupine Plain.
The weather agency said a low-pressure system tracking through southern Saskatchewan will continue bringing snow to the northern grainbelt.
Conditions will taper off in the Melfort region later Thursday evening, and will end in the Hudson Bay region after midnight.
A band of heavier snow will continue along a line from roughly North Battleford to Spiritwood and Prince Albert.
Environment Canada expects 10 centimetres, or four inches, of snow to accumulate in these areas before ending late Thursday or overnight.
Areas around Prince Albert National Park, Brabant Lake and Kinoosao could see up to 15 centimetres, or six inches, of snowfall expected to end Friday morning.
Regions closer to the Alberta border will see less snow. A total of around five centimetres, or two inches, could fall before the snow ends early Thursday evening.
Drivers are reminded to prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.
Snowfall warnings are issued when significant snowfall is expected.