UPDATE: Wednesday, Feb 08 2024, 7:00 AM

A majority of the west-central region is continuing to read winter driving conditions into Thursday morning. Adverse driving conditions are likely caused by snow, but the weather on Wednesday (continuing today) didn't affect all regions the same overnight.

Early morning poor visibility is being noticed on Highway 21 south of Kindersley, and stretch of Highway 44 each direction near Glidden. Surrounded by loose and swirling snow, seasonal driving is being seen to the north, and also a patch of Highway 7 between Kindersley and Fiske.

Screenshot 2024-02-08 071951.jpg Screengrab via Highway Hotline as of 7:20 AM

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ORIGINAL: Wednesday, Feb 07, 2024, 5:31 PM

Slippery roads remain in the west central region early Tuesday evening.

This includes Highway 7 from Delisle all the way to the Alberta Border where winter conditions exist with wet subject to freezing. Highway 21 from Eatonia to Kerrobert is also reporting the same, along with Highway 4 from Biggar to Kyle.