UPDATE – All freezing rain warnings have ended, and road conditions, while still extremely icy are improving in Regina and the southeast this hour.
So far we’ve heard of two accidents this morning outside the city, both on the Trans-Canada.
Around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, a semi rolled near Belle Plaine closing the eastbound lanes to Regina.
Another accident near Balgonie closed Highway 1 from the town to the junction of Highway 35.
In the city we’ve heard of at least eight collisions involving vehicle or property damage, but there has also been a handful of minor collisions.
No reports on injuries are available at this time.
It's a bit icy here in the Broders Annex area. Warmed the car for about 10 minutes just to scrape the ice off the windows! Stay safe our there! #yqr #sask #yqrtraffic #skstorm pic.twitter.com/AqgRi2BjjP
— Ryan McNally (@RyanE_McNally) November 28, 2018
Freezing rain is created when air temperatures are above zero but ground temperatures are at or below the freezing mark.