More than 35 weather warnings were in effect in Calgary and southern Alberta Saturday as snow continued to blanket the region for a second day.

The spring snowfall began Friday morning and hit Calgary with more than 10 centimetres by evening. Another 10 to 15 cm were forecast for the city and the Foothill Regions by Sunday morning.

The RCMP is warning people to drive carefully on icy and slick highways in the area.

Calgary police reported responding to 30 crashes involving injuries and 211 collisions involving vehicle damage between 6 a.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Saturday. Several cars slid into the ditch along icy Deerfoot Trail.

Sunshine Village in Banff, Alta., reported more than 50 cm of snow falling around the resort on Friday. A concert there by Canadian country singer Aaron Pritchett scheduled for the weekend will be rescheduled because of the snow.

Last week, a surprise storm dumped 23 cm of snow on Calgary.