7:15 a.m.

There are no longer any weather alerts in effect in Saskatchewan. You can monitor highway conditions before trekking out by using this link.

7:05 a.m.

Snowfall warnings have mostly been lifted for Saskatchewan, with the exception of a small area around Alida and Storthoaks.

Though the Highway Hotline says you can expect winter driving conditions on highways in southeastern Saskatchewan.

Some of the conditions you could encounter include slippery and icy sections, swirling snow, drifting snow, and reduced visibility.

The latest highway conditions can be found here.

6:11 a.m.

Environment Canada has ended its snowfall warning for the Estevan area, though areas northwest of the city remain under the warning.

As of just after 6 a.m., those include Lampman, Carlyle, Alameda, and Redvers.

You can see the map of areas under weather alerts here.

Meanwhile, snow is accumulating in Estevan and travellers should brace for icy sections, swirling snow, slush, and poor visibility.

The latest highway conditions can be found here.

5:16 a.m.

Snow has begun falling in Estevan, and is expected to pile up quickly in the southeast Thursday morning.

Environment Canada issued the following snowfall warning for the area at 5:01 a.m.

"A narrow, intense band of snow has developed over southeastern Saskatchewan, western Manitoba and through the Interlake region of Manitoba.

"Webcams are indicating heavy, rapidly accumulating snowfall within this intense band of snow. Snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm are expected.

"Rapidly accumulating snow will make travel difficult. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.

"Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions."

Some highways in the southeast are dealing with swirling snow, icy and slippery sections, slush, and poor visibility, as of updates posted at 4:19 a.m. by the Highway Hotline.

Those include Highway 39 northwest of Midale through Weyburn, and Highway 13 west from Stoughton through Griffin.

You can get the latest road reports here. More weather details are available here.

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