As of 4:45 a.m., on Tuesday morning, all highways around Moose Jaw and Regina have reopened
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Highways north of Moose Jaw and Regina have begun to close, as yet another winter storm barrels through the area causing reduced visibility and treacherous driving conditions for motorists.
And with the weather conditions unlikely to change until Tuesday, the following highways are closed as of 6:45 p.m. according to the Highway Hotline:
- Highway 11 from Regina to Davidson
- Highway 2 from Tuxford to Chamberlain
- Highway 2 from Chamberlain to Penzance
- Highway 202 from Tuxford to Buffalo Pound
- Highway 6 from Regina to Southey
- Highway 20 from Lumsden to Highway 22 Junction
- Highway 54 from Lumsden to Regina Beach
- Highway 322 to Highway 220 Junction
- Highway 220 from Highway 20 Junction to Rowan's Ravine Park
All closed highways mentioned above pose many risks such as icy and slippery sections, loose and swirling snow, drifting snow, and zero visibility.
Travel is still not recommended on Highway 1 east to Regina and west to Swift Current, Highway 2 north of Moose Jaw to Tuxford, Highway 42 from Tuxford to Elbow, and Highway 363 southwest of Moose Jaw. Risks on these highways include icy and slippery sections, loose and swirling snow, drifting snow, and zero visibility.
You can check the latest road conditions on the Discover Moose Jaw roads and cancellations page.