Swift Current is heading out of the snowstorm, supposedly by later today. 

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, the weather is set to shift back to warmer winds over the weekend, with the snow ending this afternoon.

ECCC Meteorologist Natalie Hasel warns people that even with the system leaving the southwest, the cold still has a few claws in the region.

"We do see a ridge of high pressure defined this time with warmer air establishing itself over the area," allowed Hasel. "By tomorrow we should see warmer weather, but still with a bit of a freeze-thaw cycle."

Swift Current can expect the weekend to melt down the snow before Monday brings roughly somewhere between 1-3 millimetres of rain to Swift Current. 

"Things should actually start [raining] Sunday night," said Hasel. "Then it should be done by later in the day sometime on Monday and then temperatures, as I said, are still near freezing or at freezing in the overnight period. That stuff could freeze and give you icy conditions."

Motorists will be encouraged to remain cautious in the colder evening hours. Icy road conditions have led to well over a dozen stuck semi-trucks and regular vehicles over the last three days, as the storm coated southwest highways in less-than-ideal conditions.