Saskatchewanians woke up to slushy streets, covered cars and snowfall warnings across the province Wednesday morning.
Environment Canada has most of the province under snowfall warnings.
Some areas under a snowfall warning include Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Swift Current, the Battlefords, Melfort, Cypress Hills and Kindersley. Click here to see the complete list of areas under weather warnings.
Environment Canada said snow will continue in western and central Saskatchewan throughout Wednesday and taper off Thursday.
The snowfall is expected to bring another five to 10 cm across western and central Saskatchewan.
Gusty northerly winds will also continue Wednesday. Visibility may be reduced at times from blowing snow and there have been reports of slippery highways.
According to Environment Canada, the light snow will gradually taper off from west to east Wednesday night into Thursday.
Highway road report
As of around 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, Highway #1 has areas of poor viability. Near Moose Jaw, the highway is slushy and subject to freezing.
From Moose Jaw to Swift Current, Highway #1 has icy slippery sections and drifting snow. Travel isn’t recommended at Jct 19 to Swift Current because of reduced visibility, slush, icy slippery sections, loose snow, heavy snow, wet subject to freezing and drifting snow.
Travel is also not recommended on Highway #1 from Swift Current to the Alberta border. There are reports of reduced visibility, slush, icy slippery sections, loose snow, wet subject to freezing and drifting snow.