Much of Southern Saskatchewan has been put on a winter weather warning.
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Moose Jaw is under a winter storm warning.
According to Environment Canada, Moose Jaw and area can expect to see anywhere from 15 – 25 cm of snow throughout the day and into the night.
It said the highest amounts of snow are expected to be along and south of the Trans Canada highway and into the Cypress Hills area.
Moose Javians can also expect wind gusts of up to 60 km/h later in the afternoon.
Environment Canada warns that the combination of falling snow and strong winds will reduce visibility, drivers should take caution when travelling.
Conditions should improve come Tuesday afternoon as the system moves into the Dakotas, however, by mid-week daytime highs are still expected to be as low as -20 C.