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