Environment Canada has issued a winter warning for Regina, warning of potentially dangerous conditions Monday.
A low pressure system will bring winter weather to much of Southern Sask. Monday night through Tuesday.
The alert warned of reduced visibility caused by blizzard conditions. On Monday night, the Southern Sask is likely to experience northwesterly winds gusts of 70km/h or 90 km/h.
The cold front that is expected to sweep the province will be able to drop temperatures abruptly, making surfaces like roads and walkways very slippery and icy.
Environment Canada warns of freezing rain ahead of the system that runs from North Battleford Southeast through Estevan Monday afternoon to Monday evening.
Extremely cold conditions are possible Tuesday night as a high pressure artic ridge moves into the province.
Environment Canada recommends Regina residents avoid travel if at all possible and to monitor for alerts or updates on the conditions leading up Monday.