Snowstorm Brings Whiteout Conditions to Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan, Canada, was hit with a late-season winter storm on March 29, bringing high winds and snow that caused power outages and led to road closures in the province.

Visibility in parts of the province were heavily reduced, and whiteout conditions were reported in some locations.

This footage, taken on Monday in Saskatoon, shows blowing snow and vehicles attempting to navigate the wintry conditions. According to Canadian weather officials, winds in Saskatoon reached over 50 mph on March 29. Credit: Mark and Ket via Storyful