West central Saskatchewan is set to have some moisture starting today. Meteorologist Brian Proctor with Environment and Climate change Canada spoke with west central online explaining what's going on and what to expect. 

“Yeah, we've, we've got a very active sort of system setting up for us in West, Central Saskatchewan at this point in time. We’ve got a couple phenomena going on. We've got a bit of a low-pressure area that's developing over northern Alberta and that's going to allow a cold front to sag through to the overnight period tonight and sort of linger over top of the Kindersley area.”  

This is expected to persist through much of the day Thursday and into Friday. 

“At the same time, you got a bit of moisture aloft coming out from Montana. So it really feeds the precipitation possibilities over southwest and West central Saskatchewan through the next ... 48 hours at this point in time. So we're in for a bit of a change. “ 

Proctor doesn’t believe that any snow will linger due to the ground being warm do to the heat we have seen in the area. Caution is still advised and up to date highway conditions through the highway hotline