Commuters may have a bit more difficulty getting to work Thursday morning
Environment Canada says snow and rain, combined with dropping temperatures is creating tough driving conditions.
Meteorologist John Paul Cragg is advising commuters to take caution on their way to work Thursday.
“You might not be able to see how slick the roads are but, I’m sure in most areas they are quite slick,” Cragg said.
“With a little but of wind pushing your car and the potential for reduced visibility all these factors can make driving quite dangerous,” Cragg also said.
The Highway Hotline has been advising against travel on some highways south of Moose Jaw and west of Swift current including the number one.
(Files from Ryan McNally)