Travel not recommended advisories remain on a number of Southwest highways as ice covered and snow packed driving lanes are continuing to create problems for motorists.
Southwest roadways deteriorated on Sunday evening after wet snow fell during the day and freezing temperatures at night created icy conditions in much of the Southwest.
The westbound lane of the TransCanada Highway between Morse and Herbert had been closed for a four hour period on Sunday night as a jack knifed tractor trailer unit caused a long delay for evening motorists.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website had continued travel not recommended advisories for the following roadways for Monday morning:
Mortlach to Rush Lake
Rush Lake to Swift Current
Swift Current to Tompkins
Junction Highway #343 to Swift Current
Swift Current to Saskatchewan Landing
Lafleche to Aneroid
Cadillac to Junction Highway #37
Shaunavon to Eastend
Junction Highway #4 to Climax
Climax to Frontier
Kincaid to Junction Highway #1
Junction Highway #1 to Cabri
U.S. Border to Gull Lake
Gull Lake to Cabri
Junction Highway #2 to Vanguard
Gravelbourg to Shamrock
Shamrock to Junction Highway #1
Junction Highway #32 to Hazlet
Shamrock to Neidpath
Neidpath to Junction Highway #4
McMahon to Junction Highway #4
People who have to travel today are reminded to visit the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website http://hotline.gov.sk.ca for the most up-to-date travel conditions.