A number of travel not recommended advisories in the Southwest are beginning to be lifted, but snow and high winds are still producing zero visibility conditions in Southern Saskatchewan.
While a number of roads have improved to winter conditions exist status, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is still warning against travel on a number of regional highways during their late afternoon report.
The stretch of the TransCanada Highway from Rush Lake to Belle Plaine remains under a travel not recommended advisory as a result of snow drifts, swirling and drifting snow and zero visibility.
Other roads under travel not recommended status shortly before 4 p.m. included:
U.S. Border to Junction Highway #343
Lafleche to Aneroid
Aneroid to Cadillac
Cadillac to Junction Highway #37
Wood Mountain to Ponteix Grid #628
Ponteix Grid #628 to Val Marie
Junction Highway #18 to Kincaid
Kincaid to North Junction Highway #363
North Junction Highway #363 to Junction Highway #1
Junction Highway #2 to Vanguard
Vanguard to Junction Highway #4
Junction Highway #4 to Simmie
Shamrock to Neidpath
Individuals who have to travel are advised to visit the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website http://hotline.gov.sk.ca/ report for the most up-to-date travel information.