Winter storm/weather warnings
Risk of snow in Saskatoon Tuesday
Brief heat-up forward
Snow and strong wind transfer in to begin October.
Winter Storm/Weather Warning
Environment Canada has issued winter storm and weather warnings in southwest Saskatchewan together with Swift Current, Leader, Maple Creek and Cypress Hills for the primary winter storm of the season.
Up to 30 centimetres of snow could fall alongside the Trans-Canada Highway from west of Swift Current to the Alberta border, together with the Cypress Hills space.
The snow will likely be accompanied by 80 km/h northerly wind gusts, which is able to lead to white-out situations at occasions.
The company says freeway closures are seemingly and motorists are suggested to postpone journey till the storm passes.
In addition, vital rainfall accumulations of 40 to 50 millimetres are potential in a band stretching between Saskatoon and Regina.
Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning south of Saskatoon for 50 to 70 millimetres of rain within the Outlook, Hanley, Humboldt and Wynyard areas.
An intense low strain system over jap Saskatchewan is wrapping heat moist air in from the southeast and chilly air from the northwest.
A band of heavy rain has developed from Swift Current to Humboldt.
Rainfall will taper off Tuesday afternoon as this method begins monitoring eastward.
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After a wonderful, sunny and heat finish to September, October began on a cool and cloudy word Sunday with moisture being added into the combo on Monday.
Light rain and drizzle began the day in Saskatoon as temperatures sitting round eight and 9 levels, which was the place we sat all morning.
Winds will stay strong for the remainder of the day after gusting upwards of 70 km/h within the morning as heavier rain strikes in and we sit in excessive single digits.
Rain will stick round tonight with winds easing again a bit to speeds of 30 to 40 km/h with gusts upwards of 60 km/h at occasions.
We might see a little bit of moist snow mixing into the rain in a single day in Saskatoon as temperatures settle down beneath freezing.
That gentle rain and moist snow could linger a bit into Tuesday morning because the low strain system liable for the precipitation slowly slides east and will get displaced by a excessive strain system.
The large query will likely be whether or not the clouds will clear noon or late within the day, however what’s extra sure is that we should always climb to a excessive in higher single digits with winds easing proper again throughout the day.
Partly to largely sunny skies will transfer in to dominate the remainder of the week with breezy winds at occasions.
Daytime highs will decide again up from low double digits Wednesday into the mid-teenagers to finish the week Thursday and Friday as an higher ridge builds again in.
A chilly entrance is slated to swing by means of on Saturday, bringing with it some clouds and an opportunity of showers and dropping daytime highs again into low double digits as cool northwesterly winds relax up.
The Your Saskatchewan picture was taken by Christine McKechnie close to Key Lake:
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