A snowfall warning for Southern Saskatchewan has ended.
Environment Canada issued the warning Tuesday for the Shaunavon and Assiniboia regions.
The agency said a low-pressure system tracking across the northern United States spread snow into those regions during the afternoon and overnight before tapering off by Wednesday morning.
Accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres were likely in the warned areas,, Environment Canada said.
Global News meteorologist Peter Quinlan said upwards of 24 centimetres of snow was reported Wednesday morning in the Estevan area.
Officials said drivers should be prepared for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions.
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The latest road conditions can be found online at the Highway Hotline website.
A snowfall warning has ended for:
- Shaunavon — Maple Creek — Val Marie — Cypress Hills
- Assiniboia — Gravelbourg — Coronach
- Estevan — Weyburn — Radville — Milestone
- Carlyle — Oxbow — Carnduff — Bienfait — Stoughton
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