It appears Mother Nature could have one small blast of winter-type weather left in store for southwestern Saskatchewan.

Precipitation is expected throughout parts of today and with the overnight lows creeping close to the freezing mark, it's a perfect mix for snowfall.

"A lot of the models are indicating that there will be a flip over to wet snow," Terri Lang, a meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada, said. "I can't see big accumulations just because the temperatures are going to be warm and the ground is warm now."

One area in the southwest that has an increased risk for the white fluffy stuff to stick around is the Cypress Hills, given its higher terrain.

May long weekend tends to be almost the last possible chance for snow in Saskatchewan.

"We're still in such a cool pattern over all of western Canada, it may be prolonged the chances of wet snow," she said. "Probably delay planting your garden with those sensitive plants."

Overnight lows in Swift Current for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are all expected to hover around the freezing mark but only tonight is there a chance for precipitation.

Swift Current's 30-year average for this time of year includes overnight lows at 5 C and daytime highs of 20 C.