The Saskatchewan Highway Hotline is reporting that travel is not recommended on several highways in and around Moose Jaw. 

A massive spring weather system is barreling through the region, bringing an expected 10 to 15 centimetres of snow to the area. 

As of 7:20 a.m. the following highways are listed as travel not recommended:

Highway #1 East to Regina: Conditions have worsened, as icy and slippery sections have been reported, with some slush, and loose snow. 

Highway #1 from Belle Plaine: Winter driving conditions exist, with some icy and slippery sections, blowing snow, and reduced visibility.

Highway #1 West to Chaplin: Wet snow that could freeze with some slush, good visibility, and some icy and slippery sections

Highway #1 West of Chaplin to Swift Current: Winter driving conditions, the highway is wet and could freeze, and good visibility. 

Highway #2 North to Tuxford: Good visibility, with some slushy and slippery sections, and wet. 

Highway #2 south to Assiniboia: Winter driving conditions are in effect, as slippery sections exist with some blowing and drifting snow, and good visibility. 

Travel is not recommended on Highways 334 and 339 southeast of Moose Jaw to Avonlea. Poor visibility is being reported, along with ice and heavy snow on the highway. 

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

Highway Hotline Apr 19.PNG Photo credit: The Highway Saskatchewan as of 7:20 a.m.