Prince Albert, Christopher Lake and Nipawin are among the centres to have received more than one metre of snow this winter.
The data was gathered by more than 30 volunteers from across the province. It was then put into a Google map by John Paul Cragg, a meteorologist with Environment Canada.
Holbein, between Shellbrook and Prince Albert, has received the most snow this winter at 164 centimetres. That includes 71 centimetres last month.
Christopher Lake, north of Prince Albert, checks in with 148 centimetres, with 58 centimetres in March.
“Lots of places across central and southern Saskatchewan saw more or as much snow in March as they had from October through February,” Cragg said.
The Saskatoon area has received between 73 and 100 centimetres of snow this winter.
“We are close to that average of 90 centimetres that Saskatoon receives between October and April every year.”
Saskatoon and area picked up between 22 and 34 centimetres of snow in March.
You can check all of the numbers in the interactive map at the link below: