Sask. buried in snow from weekend storm, forces school closures

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A snowstorm sent upwards from Montana swept through southern and central Saskatchewan over the weekend, closing some roads and shutting down some businesses and centres for the day in different cities.

That fallout continues into Monday. 

Saskatoon activated its Roadways Emergency Response Plan Sunday after estimating it received more than 25 centimetres of snow. It also implemented its Extreme Cold Weather Emergency Plan, which opens up emergency overnight shelters and warm-up locations among other resources for people who need them.

The Saskatoon Roadways Emergency Response Plan timeline, set to begin at the end of snowfall with priority one being freeways and major arteries, priority

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