Warnings lifted, but snow continues to fall
(AP / Alastair Grant)
Published Saturday, November 10, 2012 6:03PM CST
Snow continues to fall across Saskatchewan, and there’s no sign of it stopping.
In Saskatoon, the snowfall warning has been lifted for the city and surrounding area, but flurries are going to continue Saturday night.
Nearly 15 centimeters fell Friday overnight, with another 5 centimeters throughout the day Saturday. The snow is expected to keep coming overnight, letting up around noon Sunday.
The snow has also been coming down in Regina, dropping nearly 20 centimeters since Friday afternoon. Snow is expected to continue until Sunday evening.
Highway conditions throughout central and southern Saskatchewan continue to be affected by blowing snow. RCMP say motorists should travel with extreme care, especially on Highways #7, #14, #15, #16, and #60. Also be aware of slippery patches and blowing snow along the roadways.