Fog warning lifted, highways still icy, slippery

A fog warning has been lifted for a section of the Trans-Canada Highway from Regina to Balgonie where visibility dropped to zero Saturday morning.

A fog warning has been lifted for a section of the Trans-Canada Highway from Regina to Balgonie where visibility dropped to zero Saturday morning. 

According to Highway Hotline reports, fog is no longer an issues in the area, but  winter conditions still exist through most of central Saskatchewan roadways.

Environment Canada has also issued a snowfall warning for Île à la Crosse, Buffalo Narrows and Beauval. 

A low pressure system is expected to move across the central part of the province Saturday evening. 

Those areas will be hit with 10 to 15 centimetres of snow by Sunday morning.

Conditions there are expected to improve later on Sunday. 

The RCMP are also reminding drivers to slow down after a crash near Saskatoon's airport Friday night put one person in hospital with serious injuries. 

It's believed that icy roads were a factor in the crash. 

Motorists are being reminded that weather can change quickly at this time of year —  people should check Highway Hotline before heading out.