The City of Estevan's crews are clearing the main streets early Thursday morning as a Colorado low is expected to dump more snow on the region throughout the day.

"Periods of snow will continue in southeastern Saskatchewan, southwestern Manitoba, and through the Interlake," said Environment Canada's 4:51 a.m. update to its special weather statement. "Snow will end Thursday evening for these areas. 4 to 8 cm of snow is expected today."

The province's Highway Hotline says to expect winter driving conditions for your travel. Surfaces in the southeast are reported as having icy or slippery sections, packed snow, drifting snow, and snow drifts.

The City focuses on its 'priority 1' streets first and its highway sections.

"Highway 39 west, we go from 13th Avenue to Sister Roddy Road," said Roads and Drainage Manager Hayley DeConinck. "Highway 47 North, we go from Wellock Road to the RM boundary. East we do from Kensington to the RM boundary that way. And Highway 47 South we go from Perkins to Highway 18.

"Priority 1s we will start downtown, so 4th Street, 5th Street, 13th Avenue, King Street, Perkins, and then we will go into our school zones as well."

The latest highway reports can be found here. And more weather information is available here.