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UPDATE: All warnings mentioned in this story have ended.

Winter is not loosening its grip on parts of Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon, Prince Albert and a swath of Saskatchewan east to the Manitoba border are under a snowfall warning.

Environment Canada says a low-pressure system in northern Montana will track though Saskatchewan on Monday.

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Officials said periods of snow will intensify by noon before tapering off in the evening as the low-pressure system moves into northern Manitoba.

Accumulations of 10 to 15 centimetres are expected in the warned areas, Environment Canada said.

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Driving conditions are expected to deteriorate as the system passes through. Before heading out, check the latest road conditions online at the Highway Hotline website.

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Environment Canada said it issues snowfall warnings when significant snowfall is expected.

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