EDMONTON -- Winter driving conditions in the city over the weekend created havoc on roads, with nearly more than 350 collisions reported to Edmonton police.

The system brought rain into the city Friday evening before transitioning into snow.

By Sunday, approximately 15 centimetres of snow had fallen, according to a meteorologist with Environment Canada.

Between 7 p.m. Friday and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, EPS received reports of 363 collisions. The majority, 294, involved property damage.

Forty-six others were hit-and-runs and 23 collisions resulted in injury.

A seasonal parking ban was announced Sunday morning, with the city deploying approximately 100 plows to clear roads on Friday.

Bitter cold followed by warm up

Temperatures are expected to dip to nearly -20 C overnight Sunday. Factoring in wind chill, it will feel like -25 C.

The work week will bring a thawing to the city—temperatures are expected to creep up, with daytime highs sitting above zero well into the weekend.

You can find out more about the current forecast on our weather page or download the CTV News Edmonton Weather App for the latest weather advisories.