Environment Canada has ended its freezing rain warning.

You can take a look at the latest reported highway conditions here.

Whether it's a trip on the highway or a walk down the block, your commute to work could get interesting Tuesday morning.

Environment Canada issued a freezing rain warning around 4:30 a.m. And fog is reducing visibility on some highways east of 47.

"A band of freezing rain will affect portions of southeastern Saskatchewan and southwestern Manitoba beginning this morning," said the freezing rain warning. "The area of freezing rain will move from west to east over the next few hours and may be expanded to cover more of southern Manitoba if necessary."

Highways, roads, sidewalks, and parking lots are liable to become icy. Conditions are expected to improve by mid-morning in southeastern Saskatchewan.

"Take extra care when walking or driving in affected areas. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions."

You can check on highway conditions here, and find the latest weather information here.

And you can report any dangerous areas by calling the newsroom at (306) 636-6100, or using the submit news feature here.

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