Highways in southeastern Saskatchewan are in fine driving condition Tuesday morning, according to the province's Highway Hotline.

Roads are now listed as being in "seasonal driving condition" across the region, after early-morning conditions cited areas being wet, subject to freezing, and parts north of Highway 13 as icy and slippery.

Anyone hitting the Trans-Canada Highway could encounter some wintery conditions, with snowy and slushy areas being reported.

Much of that highway was closed around Moose Jaw and Regina on Monday after a Colorado Low hammered the south-central part of the province with snow. Early estimates from Environment and Climate Change Canada pegged the Moose Jaw area as receiving 25 to 40 centimetres of snow.

Some people in that area remain without power. SaskPower said customers west of Moose Jaw should have their power restored by noon on Tuesday, while customers northwest of Tuxford will have to wait until 3 p.m.

A few Tuesday-morning flurries should spell the last of the precipitation for the southeast, with sunshine and progressively-warmer temperatures due for the area beginning Wednesday.

The latest highway conditions can be found on the road reports page on DiscoverEstevan.com and the freeDiscoverEstevan app, and through this link.