UPDATE: The warnings mentioned in this story have ended
Between 10 and 30 centimetres of snow is expected across most of central Saskatchewan by Saturday.
The heaviest snow will occur Friday evening into Saturday.
Areas east of Saskatoon, including Humboldt, Kamsack, and Yorkton are under a winter storm warning, with 20 to 30 cm of snow possible.
Easterly winds near 30 km/h will develop early Saturday, producing areas of reduced visibility.
Officials said rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult in some areas, and visibility could be suddenly reduced by heavy snow.
Fresh off heavy snowfall, much of western Canada is falling back into a deep freeze. David Baxter reports.
The latest road conditions can be found on the highway hotline.
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