As of 1pm Sunday afternoon highway conditions across the southwest have improved however travel is still not recommended for the majority of roads.
A portion of the Trans-Canada Highway between Moose Jaw and Regina remains closed.
A news release sent out by the RCMP is reminding motorists to avoid unnecessary travel in poor weather conditions. Weather is still impacting road conditions due to snow and gusting winds. Drivers are being asked to avoid travelling on the highways if possible.
If travelers must head out on the roads keep updated on the current conditions here
As of 7:15am Sunday morning the Trans-Canada Highway remains closed from Gull Lake to Moose and the closure has now extended past Regina.
A portion of Highway 11 from Regina up towards Saskatoon is also now closed in addition to a number of smaller surrounding roads.
The special weather statement is no longer in effect and snow should be ending around noon Sunday.
Anyone heading out on to the roads can get the latest conditions here.
Drivers should use caution on the roads after snow began late this afternoon.
Currently the Trans-Canada Highway is closed from Gull Lake to Moose Jaw with travel not recommended on many of the surrounding roads.
A special weather statement remains in effect through to Sunday involving falling and blowing snow as well as icy conditions. Wind and snow should ease up during the day on Sunday however surface conditions will likely remain hazardous as the temperature continues to drop throughout Sunday.
Swift Current Online will provide highway updates as they become available.
The latest road conditions can be found here