UPDATE - 11:07am

The Highway Hotline has expanded the reduced visibility marker to most of the Southeast corner of the province. 

Highway Hotline Update - Mar. 6 @ 11:07am

The areas of concern are: 

  • Highway 39 from Midale through Estevan stretching all the way to Portal
  • Highway 18 heading east from Oungre stretching all the way through Oxbow and into the Manitoba border
  • Highway 47 from the Noonan US/Canada Border all the way to the TransCanada Highway 1 junction
  • Highway 9 from Northgate through Carlyle all the way to the TransCanada Highway 1 Junction
  • Highway 13 east from Stoughton all the way to the Manitoba border

Highway Hotline is reporting loose, drifting snow on these areas, as well as icy conditions. Travel is expected to hampered as the snowfall progresses. 

Original story below:

After the heavy snowfall from last weekend, it seems like Mother Nature isn't quite done with the area just yet. 

The Highway Hotline is reporting reduced visibility in highways around Estevan. 

Highway Hotline for March 6, 2024

This includes the entire stretch of Highway 39 from Midale through Estevan heading to the US Border near Portal, Highway 47 North from the US Border all the way up to Handsworth and Highway 18 from Oungre all the way to Alameda. 

Environment Canada is forecasting the snowfall to subside in a couple days. While travel is not limited, the weather agency is still asking the public to be cautious. 

Stay ahead of the storm! Click on the Road Reports link to see the highway conditions before you travel. 

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