Following a dump of snow over the weekend, driving conditions have been shaky at best in some parts of the southwest.
But things look like they'll improve.
Environment Canada meteorologist John Paul Cragg said 10-20 centimetres of snow fell after two low-pressure systems hit the area. The first took effect Friday through Saturday, with the second last from last night into today.
"All we have is 60 per cent chance of flurries, and then after this system moves out, we don't really have much as a threat for the southwest corner of the province," Cragg said. "So really this storm was the big one, and there's not anything on the horizon right now. Now that could change because we are into meteorological spring storm season, so things could change because this is the season where we do often get these big storms affecting the province."
Eastern parts of the province are still receiving snow. There were some bus cancellations in some rural areas in the southwest, including Val Marie and Frontier, and travel on Highway 37 north of Gull Lake to, and including, Highway 332 is not recommended according to the province's highway hotline.
"We do have winds of 30 kilometres an hour, gusting to 50 kilometres an hour in the Swift Current area," said Cragg. "There are some roads that have been marked 'travel not recommended' around the Swift Current area. So travel right now isn't looking all that good, but it should improve. The majority of the snowfall is done for you guys and winds should be diminishing over the course of the day."
That old saying that March is 'in like a lion, and out like a lamb' seems to at least be partially accurate this year.