Snowfall warning issued for west-central Saskatchewan


Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning Sunday for west-central Saskatchewan. Total snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 centimetres are possible.A system originating off the coast of Oregon, U.S., will move into west-central Saskatchewan Sunday night bringing significant snow to the area.READ MORE: Intense winter storm hits Nova Scotia Heavy snow is forecast to start Sunday night before the system moves off into northern Manitoba Monday evening.Environment Canada is advising motorists to prepare for deteriorating travel conditions and times of reduced visibility.For weather on the go download the Global News Skytracker weather app for iPhone, iPad or Android.Snowfall warning ISSUED for:Meadow Lake – Big River – Green Lake – Pierceland 


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