SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN - The winter storm warning has been lifted for southeast Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada lifted the warning at 10:23 a.m. Sunday, more than 48 hours after it was first issued.
This latest snowstorm brought wet, heavy snow to southeast Saskatchewan on Saturday and into Sunday, forcing several highways to be closed. Motorists were asked to stay off other highways.
SaskPower and SaskTel has been responding to outages throughout the southeast.
SASKTODAY.ca will continue to have coverage of the storm.