Rainy, cool temperatures seem to have hit not only southwest Saskatchewan, but also the province.


Right now, a major low pressure system has developed across most of the province, bringing large amounts of rain and even a few isolated storms.


Approximately 30mm of rain has fallen since this morning, and as Bob Cormier, meteorologist with Environment Canada tells us, we should see more before the weekend is out.


"I think it'll probably be Sunday night when all the precipitation comes to an end.  It looks like another 30 to 50mm before it's all over with on Sunday."


Cormier also adds that some higher elevation areas, such as the Cypress Hills may see some light snowfall activity with dropping temperatures.