Heading up north? Keep this in mind. Central Saskatchewan is under two weather warnings as freezing rain and heavy snow affect travel from Saskatoon across to the Manitoba Border.


A freezing rain warning and a heavy snowfall warning have been issued by Environment Canada.

The Saskatoon-Martensville region can expect up to 10 cm of snow today while Outlook, Watrous, Humbolt, Kamsack, Yorkton and the Melville regions are experiencing freezing rain. The rain is leaving a thick blanket of ice and is causing problems for motorists this morning.

Here in the Moose Jaw area, thick fog is affecting motorists as visibility is severely reduced at times, even here in the city.

For detailed road conditions click on the Road Report.