Much of Saskatchewan woke up to weather warnings on Monday morning.

In the south central part of the province, from the Battlefords area south, wind warnings were issued, including for the cities of Regina, Saskatoon and Yorkton.

Environment Canada said winds gusting up to 90 kilometres an hour were expected throughout the day, but would ease into the evening.

In the northern part of the province, winter storm and snowfall warnings were issued by Environment Canada for several regions. Some of the warnings were still in place late Monday afternoon. 

For the most up to date forecast in your region, you can download the CTV Regina and CTV Saskatoon Weather Apps.