Sunday, February 5, 2017

Warnings issued to motorists over snowy, icy conditions

Regina Leader-Post,
Southern Saskatchewan drivers had to deal with blowing snow on Thursday morning. Page A3 (REGINA, SASK : January 10, 2013 --Road conditions on southern Saskatchewan highways, like the number 10 between Fort Qu'Appelle and Regina, was deteriorating Thursday afternoon as fresh snow fell and was whipped up by high winds in the area around Regina, SK. on Thursday, January 10, 2013 . BRYAN SCHLOSSER/Regina, Leader-Post.)
Bryan Schlosser / Regina Leader~Post

   The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways is warning of treacherous road conditions as snow continues to fall on Sunday.
   Among the advisories listed are loose, drifting and swirling snow warnings for many stretches of Highway 1, including from Regina to Indian Head, from Regina to Moose Jaw, from Moose Jaw to Swift Current and from Swift Current to the Alberta border.
   Current, Yorkton, Saskatoon, North Battleford, Prince Albert and many other areas.
   Motorists are advised to take extreme caution on the roads, as conditions can change unexpectedly.

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