With snow and rain falling across Southern Saskatchewan, Environment Canada is warning people to be cautious on roads.
Temperatures are expected to dip after snow and rain hit the province, causing ice to form on the roads.
Meteorologist John Paul Cragg is advising commuters to take caution.
“You might not be able to see how slick the roads, but I’m sure in most areas they are quite slick, and with a little bit of wind pushing your car, potential for reduced visibility up in the areas where we have our blowing snow advisories for Central Saskatchewan,” Cragg says. “All these factors could make driving quite dangerous.”
The Highway Hotline is reporting winter conditions on most Saskatchewan highways for tonight.