Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Saskatoon and many other parts of central Saskatchewan. Some areas north and east of Saskatoon are under weather warnings.
From Environment Canada:
Accumulating snow, wintery mix of precipitation along with the risk of freezing rain for portions of Saskatchewan tonight and through Wednesday. A low pressure system is set to enter the province tonight following a pleasant day in Saskatchewan on Tuesday. Depending on the location, snow or a rain/snow mix is expected to begin overnight tonight and continue throughout the day in some parts on Wednesday before tapering off Thursday morning. The heaviest snowfall is expected to fall along and north of the Yellowhead highway corridor where a snowfall warning is currently in place. In general, 5-10 cm of snow is expected to fall by Thursday morning near North Battleford with a rain/snow mix expected further to the southeast. Patchy freezing rain is also possible along and to the south of the Yellowhead corridor as well.
SINGLE SOURCE, GRAPHIC SOURCE: ENVIRONMENT CANADA