The travel-not-recommended status has been lifted for the vast majority of highways across southern Saskatchewan.

Find the detailed map here.

The snowfall warning has also been lifted.

It might be wise to stay in and turn on a Christmas movie instead of braving some of the roads in the southeast.

Poor visibility, along with loose and drifting snow, has the Highway Hotline not recommending travel on a lot of the highways north of 13, as of 7:45 a.m. Sunday.

That includes travelling north of Stoughton on 47 or northwest on 33, north on 9 past Moose Mountain Provincial Park, or on the Trans-Canada around Regina or Moose Jaw.

You can view the latest road conditions here.

A snowfall warning has been put into place by Environment Canada, with 10 to 15 centimetres expected on Christmas Day.

More weather details are available here.