Environment Canada warned people in parts of central and northern Saskatchewan to take care on the roads Friday morning amid heavy snow.
Saskatoon caught the worst of an overnight snowstorm, with the Bridge City getting an estimated 5 to 10 cm of snow.
The snowfall wasn’t quite as heavy elsewhere, but the low pressure system that brought the snow with it was expected to track northward and eastward throughout the day Friday. Areas north of Highway 16 were expected to see between 10 and 20 cm of snow throughout the day.
Saskatoon was expected to get another 2 to 4 cm throughout the day Friday.