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#YEG Today: What you need to know to get where you're going

Live updating information about Edmonton's traffic and weather

Live updating information about Edmonton's traffic and weather

Happy Thursday! Here's what you need to know to get around the city today. (Caitlin Hanson/CBC)

Happy Thursday, March 19.

Here's what you need to know for your morning commute today:

Commute

Know of a traffic problem? Call us at #740 or text us at (587) 336-2929.

Weather

Today: It's currently 0 C and clear in Edmonton, moving towards a high of 3 C this afternoon with increasing cloudiness.

Tonight: Periods of snow, with 2–4 centimetres expected. Low of -3 C.

Tomorrow: Periods of snow (about 2 centimentres expected) with a low of - 1 C.

Today in Edmonton

An Edmonton woman says her decision to smoke a synthetic drug to beat her employer's drug tests created a two-year addiction that ruined her financially and nearly killed her.

The relentless freeze-thaw cycles that eat up Edmonton roads are becoming more frequent, thanks to climate change, so the city is studying how to adapt asphalt to the new conditions.

Edmonton AM highlights

Over-sharenting (posting videos of our kids on social media): Do we to it too much? Where should the line be drawn? Join the conversation by tweeting @EdmAMCBC or text us at (587) 336-2929.

Today is your last chance to enter our "Signs of Spring" contest! To enter, simply "like" our Facebook page and then post a photo here showing what spring means to you. A brand new iPad Air and set of CBC coffee mugs are up for grabs for the winner.

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