Both Saskatoon and Regina can expect up to five centimetres - about an inch or two - of snow to fall by Tuesday evening. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.
Tonight, there is a decent chance of showers, possibly mixed with some snow, and thunderstorms, with a low in the mid-30s and northwest winds gusting as high as 30 miles per hour.
Temperatures dip back into the 50s for the rest of the week, however the weather will be nice with a mix of sun and clouds through the weekend.More news: Assad supporters rally in Damascus after Western strikes
Saturday will remain mild, however, a quick hitting low pressure system could bring a few light showers, breezy winds and even a few snow showers to the mountains of northwest Montana. Expect a rather breezy day with southwest Montana seeing 20-25 miles per hour wind gusts this afternoon, while west central and northwest Montana could see winds gust around 30-35 miles per hour. A snow shower possible to the north and west. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 42. Snow and rain showers are likely Thursday. Tuesday's night low will be 28.
Drier weather will move into the area for Wednesday and Thursday.
Cloudy, a chance of rain and snow showers and high temperatures in the upper 30s are in the forecast today for Auburn and Cayuga County. High pressure will slowly build in from our west leading to a fair amount of sunshine.More news: Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and a little bit warmer.
A low of -4 C is expected. High temperatures should continue to slowly moderate next Monday with low to a few mid 60s expected.More news: California can lose most in trade dispute between US, China