As of 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday morning, travel is now recommended on Highway #39 from Moose Jaw to Corinne. The Saskatchewan Highway Hotline says that the stretch of road has icy and slippery sections and could freeze with good visibility. 

Highway #39 south of Corinne to Weyburn is wet and could freeze but has good visibility. 

The remaining highway conditions around Moose Jaw are as followed:

Highway #1 east of Moose Jaw to Belle Plaine: Seasonal driving conditions exist with good visibility.

Highway #1 from Belle Plaine to Regina: Icy and slippery sections exist, the highway is wet and could freeze with good visibility. 

Highway #2 north from Moose Jaw to Chamberlain: Seasonal driving conditions exist to Tuxford, and then the road becomes icy with some slippery sections and good visibility to Chamberlain.

Highway #2 south of Moose Jaw to Assiniboia: Good visibility and seasonal driving conditions exist. 

For up-to-date road conditions visit Discover Moose Jaw's  Road Reports and Cancellations page and the Saskatchewan Highway Hotline