Alerts for: Moosomin - Grenfell - Kipling - Wawota


4:46 AM CST Friday 28 November 2014
Snowfall warning in effect for:

  • R.M. of Chester including Windthorst Glenavon and Peebles
  • R.M. of Elcapo including Broadview and Cowessess Res.
  • R.M. of Golden West including Ocean Man Res. and Handsworth
  • R.M. of Hazelwood south of Kipling
  • R.M. of Kingsley including Kipling
  • R.M. of Martin including Wapella and Red Jacket
  • R.M. of Maryfield including Maryfield and Fairlight
  • R.M. of Moosomin including Moosomin Welwyn and Fleming
  • R.M. of Rocanville including Rocanville
  • R.M. of Silverwood south of Whitewood
  • R.M. of Walpole including Kelso
  • R.M. of Wawken including Wawota Kennedy and Kenosee Lake
  • R.M. of Willowdale including Whitewood and Ochapowace Res.
  • R.M. of Wolseley including Wolseley and Summerberry

Snowfall, with total amounts of 15 to 25 cm is expected.

A Pacific frontal system will continue to bring snow to southern Saskatchewan today and tonight. The snow will taper off in most areas overnight or Saturday morning as an arctic high pressure ridge brings colder and drier air.

As of 4 a.m. 10 or more cm of snow had already accumulated from Saskatoon through Lloydminster, while 5 to 10 cm had fallen in most other regions. The snow will move into the Nipawin and Hudson Bay areas this morning. Areas south of the Trans-Canada have escaped with little or no snow.

Further snowfall amounts today and tonight will range from 10 to 15 cm in areas north of the Trans-Canada, with lesser amounts as you go south. Winds of 30 gusting 50 km/h today will give reduced visibilities at times due to blowing snow.

Snowfall warnings are issued when 10 cm of snow or more is expected to fall in 12 hours or less.

Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Public Safety Canada encourages everyone to make an emergency plan and get an emergency kit with drinking water, food, medicine, a first-aid kit and a flashlight. For information on emergency plans and kits go to

Environment Canada meteorologists will update alerts as required. Please continue to monitor your local media or Weatheradio for further updates. If you would like to report severe weather, you can call 1-800-239-0484 or send an email to or tweet reports to #SKStorm.

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