Snowfall is in the rearview mirror, following a Colorado Low that hammered Weyburn with what looks like two feet of the white stuff. But if you want to look through your windshield at as little snow and ice as possible, you'll want to be careful on the route you take for any Friday travel.

The vast majority of highways in the southeast were listed on the Highway Hotline as having winter driving conditions on them around 6 a.m. Friday.

Highway 33 from Stoughton northwest to Regina is an exception, and is categorized as 'travel not recommended.'

The road is ice covered with heavy snow, and drifting snow, as of the update around 6 a.m.

Map of the road conditionsTaken from the province's Highway Hotline around 7 Friday morning: red means closed, white is travel not recommended, yellow is winter driving conditions

Highway 39 northwest from Corrine to the Moose Jaw area was closed.

Highway 1 from a little east of Regina through the Manitoba border also has travel not recommended. The same goes for Highway 8 north from Redvers.

You can find the interactive map by following this link.

City streets in Estevan were very icy to start the day. It looks like more-typical springtime temperatures will greet the area next week, with highs at 9 and 14 on Monday and Tuesday. You can check out the full forecast here.