People in southern Saskatchewan woke up to a blanket of snow on the ground Tuesday, and more snow is on the way.
About six centimetres of snow fell in Regina overnight, with most of southern Saskatchewan reported to have winter conditions on the highways.
The Highway Hotline shows snow fell throughout the southern half of the province, with only the southwest seeming to avoid the worst of it.
Early Tuesday morning, travel was not recommended on some highways north of Kindersley and north of Regina.
People traveling on the Trans-Canada Highway between Moose Jaw and Regina reported slushy conditions, with vehicles slowing to 60 kilometres per hour.
Environment Canada expects another two to four centimetres of snow to fall in southern Saskatchewan Tuesday.
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