The provincial highways are more or less divided in two today for winter driving conditions.
All of the provincial roadways east of Regina and north of Highway 1 have some sort of winter condition that requires cautious driving, including drifting snow, swirling snow, slippery sections, loose snow or packed snow.
Everywhere south of Maidstone and west of Regina is clear with good winter driving conditions, save for a tiny section in the southwest, near Cypress Hills, and a small north-south stretch south of Moose Jaw.
Here's a brief summary of the roadways, as of 11 a.m. CST, from the provincial Highway Hotline:
- Manitoba border to Whitewood: Good winter driving
- Whitewood to Indian Head: Drifting snow from Whitewood to Sintaluta
- Indian Head to Regina: Good winter driving
- Regina to Moose Jaw: Good winter driving
- Moose Jaw to Swift Current: Loose snow and wet conditions subject to freezing
- Swift Current to Alberta border: Good winter driving
- Highway 11 north from Regina to Saskatoon, and north to Prince Albert: The highway is all clear with good winter driving conditions from Regina through to Prince Albert.
- Highway 16 from Yorkton, through Saskatoon, northwest to Lloydminster: From the Manitoba border all the way west to Wynyard there's loose, drifting and swirling snow. The rest of the roadway has good winter driving conditions to the Alberta border.
Find the latest road reports from the Highway Hotline map here.