UPDATE: Monday, Feb 5, 2024, 5:00 pm 

Winter driving conditions remain in the west-central region due the snow Sunday.

Once you get more towards Saskatoon, the snow appears to have tapered off. The same goes south of Elrose to the Saskatchewan Landing.

Macklin, however, got a decent shot of snow Sunday and Highway 14 is reporting winter driving conditions at this time with icy or slippery sections, wet subject to freezing and slush. 

UPDATE: Monday, Feb 5, 2024, 7:00 AM

It's nothing but winter driving around west-central Saskatchewan, judging by an early morning look at the Saskatchewan Highway Hotline.

While visibility seems to be find around the region, roads are being reported as slippery, with loose, swirling, and packed snow affecting things as well.

Screenshot 2024-02-05 071116.jpg It's winter driving around west-central this morning (Highway Hotline screenshot at 7:10 AM)

Rain falling around Rosetown, and Sunday snowfall around Kindersley are causing for the adverse conditions on Highway 7. Most of the region received some sort of precipitation over the weekend, and a cloudy stretch is now expected to follow this week.

Find your full five day weather forecast here.

ORIGINAL: Sunday, Feb 04 2024, 4:35 PM

It is a wintery Sunday in West Central, as continued snow is causing winter driving conditions throughout the region.

As of 4:00 pm, most roads are reporting swirling and drifting snow, along with icy and slippery sections. Visibility remains good at this time. 

The snow is expected to continue throughout Sunday and scattered flurries will persist early in the week.