Light snow and gusty conditions in the Regina and Moose Jaw region is creating some tricky driving conditions both on highways and city streets.
Friday morning the Highway Hotline is reporting blowing, drifting, and swirling snow on many highways in the southeast, including the Trans-Canada between Moose Jaw and Regina.
Coming into #yqr this AM from HWY 6 South — snow covered, reduced visibilty! Take your time on your Friday
— Rustie Dean (@RustieDean) November 16, 2018
Reduced visibility is also being reported west of Moose Jaw, while travel is not recommended on Highway 1 between Swift Current and Gull Lake.
The snow is expected to taper off in Regina later in the morning Friday, but gusty winds are going to continue right through until Saturday evening.