It will be a tricky, icy, slippery commute this morning in parts of southern Saskatchewan as a storm system originating in the Pacific moved through overnight.
Justin Shaer with Environment Canada says because it has been so mild recently, this particular system is causing quite a few headaches.
Shaer says anywhere from 5 to 10 centimetres came down in southern Saskatchewan.
A bit more snow is expected this morning as well.
Shaer says the system is moving into the United States and we can expect near-zero temperatures again to clear things out.
However, he says gusty winds will still blow the snow around, which will likely be a headache for any highway-travellers.
RCMP is warning motorists to use extra caution and check the the Highway Hotline before travelling today