A major disturbance continues to produce precipitation across most of southern and central Saskatchewan today.

It's certainly not the sight most people wanted to see at this time of year.

Despite the summer still not officially being over, most of Southwest Saskatchewan woke up to a blanket of wet snow, in some areas up to 5cm.

A disturbance across the prairies is to blame for the latest weather conditions, bringing rain earlier this weekend, and drawing in cold arctic air.

Another 5-10cm is expected to fall today before things should improve as early as tomorrow. The area that should receive the greatest amount of snow is the Cypress Hills.