Travel conditions slowly improving across Southwest Saskatchewan

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Travel not recommended advisories issued for Dec. 9

A series of travel not recommended advisories have been lifted as blizzard conditions ease across Southwest Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure Highway Hotline website is advising that conditions on the TransCanada Highway have improved from the Alberta border to Swift Current, but a travel not recommended advisory remained from Rush Lake through to Moose Jaw as the tail end of Monday's blizzard conditions move eastward.

All roadways west of Swift Current are no longer under travel not recommended advisories, however winter conditions still exist and evening winds could cause drifts and other problems for motorists.

Individuals who do have to travel are reminded to visit the Highway Hotline website at http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/road-conditions/ for the most current highway conditions.

Organizations: Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

Geographic location: Swift Current, Maple Creek, Fox Valley

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