After a blustery morning throughout the province, a number of weather warnings remained in effect across Saskatchewan by late Tuesday afternoon.
While a wind warning issued for the City of Saskatoon was lifted, a number of snowfall warnings still covered much of central and northern Saskatchewan. Wind warnings were in effect for southeastern parts of the province, including the City of Regina.
Areas under snowfall warnings were expected to see between 15 and 25 cm of snow through the afternoon and into Tuesday evening.
Areas under wind warnings were advised to expect winds gusting up to 90 km/h, which could cause property damage and make driving dangerous due to drifting snow.
The latest weather alerts can be found on the Environment Canada website.