The forecast for southern Saskatchewan, in the waning days of winter, is calling for snow.
Environment Canada says several centimetres of snow is expected to fall over the next few days.
These conditions are expected to start around noon Thursday.
As there hasn’t been much snow in the province this winter – especially in southern regions – it’s advised motorists check their road conditions first before travelling with Highway Hotline.
Wednesday in Regina, Police reported over 20 fender-benders because of icy and slippery conditions.
Their Twitter feed was active with report-after-report of traffic accidents.
Expect similar circumstances later Thursday and into the morning-rush Friday.