A weather system blowing in from Alberta has brought snow and strong winds to much of the province.
Saskatoon was expected to see as much as five centimetres of snow Monday.
In Regina, the forecast was calling for light snow mixed with rain through the morning, with snowfall amounts reaching up to two centimetres.
Environment Canada meteorologist Shannon Moody said the snow would likely be staying on the ground.
“It looks like temperatures will be quite cool for the rest of the week. So definitely expect that snow to stick around.”
Both Regina and Saskatoon were expected to see daytime highs between -8 C and -9 C through the week, with overnight lows dipping into the mid-teens.
The province’s Highway Hotline reported wet subject to freezing winter driving conditions on the major highways around both cities.
Environment Canada also issued snowfall warnings Monday morning for several areas in central and northern Saskatchewan.
Hudson Bay, Southend, Buffalo Narrows and La Ronge were among the communities expected to see between 10 and 25 centimetres of snow.