Snow and ice covered highways making driving treacherous

Winter driving conditions in effect

Snow plows are out on the highways and in towns across Central Alberta Tuesday and weather driving conditions are in effect.

Flurries carried on throughout the day Monday and fell during the night and the snow is continuing throughout the day.

The snowy conditions is causing poor visibility on the highways.

The highway report from Alberta Highways is advising Hwy. 20, Hwy 11, 11A and the QEII are covered with snow and or ice.

Drivers are reminded to drive for the conditions, and should leave early to arrive to their destination safely.

All school buses in Wolf Creek School Division are reported to be on time.

To the west, a snowfall warning is in place for Rocky Mountain House where 10-20 centimetres of snow is expected to fall.

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