Southwestern Saskatchewan isn't done with the early November precipitation just yet.

Some flurries will be rolling through parts of the region today following the rainy past 24 hours.

"Possibility of flurries in the Swift Current area this afternoon and evening timeframe," Environment and Climate Change Canada Meteorologist Samantha Mauti said. "No significant amounts are expected with that."

The snow will be coupled with westward wind at 40 kilometres per hour with gusts climbing to 60 kilometres per hour.

With the afternoon temperature in Swift Current expected to peak at 3 C and the ground damp from the melted snow and rain, it could make for interesting road conditions.

"The roads are wet but overnight they will freeze so be careful on the roads with that freeze-thaw cycle," she said. 

After today, the forecast appears precipitation-free for the next week with a significant warm-up coming for the long weekend ahead.

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