People in Regina and with other parts of southern and central Saskatchewan are digging out this morning after heavy snowfall overnight.
The Highway Hotline was warning against travel — with slippery and icy conditions, blowing snow and reduced visibility — on most roads in the southern part of the province Thursday morning.
Driving is not recommended on Highway 11 between Regina and Davidson, Highway 1 between Swift Current and Regina and other smaller roads south of Highway 1 ranging all the way to the United States border.
Regina residents woke up to about 10 centimeters of snow Thursday morning, preceded by rain that turned into ice on vehicles and road surfaces the night before.
Main roads had not yet been cleared in the city by the time the morning commute started.