Blowing snow is making for a difficult drive on highways in southern Manitoba.
The RCMP said Monday morning that all highways in the region have poor driving conditions with drifting snow, slippery roads, and reduced visibility.
Police are urging drivers to slow down and be very careful.
While the wind is making the snow swirl, it is also ushering in warmer temperatures.
CBC meteorologist John Sauder is calling for daytime highs of –2 C to –6 C over the next four days.
Normals for this time of year are a high of –7 C and an overnight low of –18 C.