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Current Weather Warnings Issued In Saskatchewan For:

LERTS FOR: PELICAN NARROWS - CUMBERLAND HOUSE - CREIGHTON

WARNINGS

4:22 PM CDT FRIDAY 24 MARCH 2017
SNOWFALL WARNING IN EFFECT FOR:

  • CUMBERLAND HOUSE
  • HANSON LAKE ROAD BETWEEN HWYS 165 AND 135
  • HANSON LAKE ROAD EAST OF HWY 135 INCLUDING CREIGHTON
  • HWY 135 INCLUDING PELICAN NARROWS AND SANDY BAY
  • SEABEE MINE

SNOWFALL, WITH TOTAL AMOUNTS OF 10 TO 15 CM IS EXPECTED.

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPING OVER ALBERTA THIS EVENING WILL MOVE ACROSS CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN ON SATURDAY. SNOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN NEAR MIDNIGHT AND THEN INTENSIFY ON SATURDAY. 10 TO 15 CM OF SNOW IS EXPECTED BY SATURDAY EVENING. EXTREME SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF THE WARNED AREAS MAY SEE SOME FREEZING RAIN MIXED WITH THE FALLING SNOW. CONDITIONS WILL IMPROVE SATURDAY EVENING AS THE LOW MOVES INTO MANITOBA.

PREPARE FOR QUICKLY CHANGING AND DETERIORATING TRAVEL CONDITIONS. VISIBILITY MAY BE SUDDENLY REDUCED AT TIMES IN HEAVY SNOW.

SNOWFALL WARNINGS ARE ISSUED WHEN SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED.

PLEASE CONTINUE TO MONITOR ALERTS AND FORECASTS ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA. TO REPORT SEVERE WEATHER, SEND AN EMAIL TO EC.STORM.EC@CANADA.CA OR TWEET REPORTS USING #SKSTORM.

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