Southern Saskatchewan might be getting a short reprieve from extreme cold weather, but the snow and rain started falling Wednesday morning.
With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, snow and rain are causing problems on the roads.
By mid-morning on Wednesday, almost all the highways in southern Saskatchewan were showing icy sections, pavement frost, and swirling snow.
Conditions on the highways change fast so drivers are advised to check the Highway Hotline for updates throughout the day.
Environment Canada issued blowing snow advisories for several communities in west-central Saskatchewan on Wednesday.
The forecast for Regina and most regions across southeastern and central Saskatchewan call for the snow to clear overnight. Along with the sun comes a dip down into colder temperatures for the next few days. The daytime highs and lows across the southern part of the province are expected to be closer to average for this time of year rather than the deep freeze Saskatchewan has been in for the past week.