Dozens of highways remain closed early Sunday morning as much of southern Manitoba digs out from a blizzard.

Environment Canada says that "a cold front passed through southern Manitoba overnight, leading to strong northerly winds of 50 gusting to 70 km/h. This is causing widespread blizzard conditions over the Red River Valley. The cold front also gave 10 to 15 cm of snow overnight, with snow tapering off through the morning."

Blizzard warnings continue for Steinbach and area but have ended for some other areas. The national forecaster says that conditions should ease midday Sunday through the Red River Valley, except for near the international border, where blizzard conditions may persist into the afternoon.

As the blizzard moves out of the province a period of drier weather is expected. However, it's bringing along with it extremely cold weather yet again. "Extreme cold conditions are likely tonight across much of southern Manitoba.”

Travel is still expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility, Environment Canada says. "Visibility will be suddenly reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow and blowing snow."

Dozens of highways were closed Saturday evening and overnight Sunday. As of 7 a.m. highways still closed include Highway 12 from the Trans-Canada to the international border, Highway 59 from Highway 52 to Winnipeg, much of the Trans-Canada, and the Perimeter Highway.

You can find the latest highway closures and conditions on the Boyd Autobody and Glass Road Report.

Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions. If you must travel, keep others informed of your schedule and destination and carry an emergency kit and mobile phone. Limit outdoor activities. Ensure that shelter is provided for pets and outdoor animals.

Blizzard warnings are issued when widespread reduced visibilities of 400 metres or less are expected for at least 4 hours.

Highway closures as of 7:20 a.m.:

-Highway 1, from Highway 207 to Highway 11,

-Highway 1, westbound lanes, from Highway 100 to Elie,

-Highway 1, from Elie to Highway 34,

-Highway 1, from Brandon to Virden,

-Highway 2, from Fannystelle to Haywood,

-Highway 3, from Sperling to Highway 342,

-Highway 10, from Highway 25 to Highway 357,

-Highway 12, from Highway 1 to the U.S. Border,

-Highway 13, from Elm Creek to Carman,

-Highway 23, from Highway 336 (Kane) to Highway 34,

-Highway 30, from Highway 14 to the US Border,

-Highway 31, from Highway 14 to the US Border,

-Highway 32, from Highway 14 to the US Border,

-Highway 34, from Highway 245 to the US Border,

-Highway 52, from Highway 206 to La Broquerie,

-Highway 59, from the Winnipeg City Limits to St. Malo,

-Highway 75, from Winnipeg city limits to the U.S. Border,

-Highway 83, from Highway 1 to Birtle,

-Highway 100, from Highway 1 East to Highway 1 West,

-Highway 101, from Highway 1 West to Highway 1 East,

-Highway 200, from Winnipeg City Limits to St. Agathe,

-Highway 201, from Altona to Highway 32,

-Highway 210, from La Broquerie to Highway 12,

-Highway 244, from Highway 245 to Highway 3,

-Highway 245, from Highway 244 to Carmen.

-Highway 306, from Kane to the US Border, and

-Highway 432, from Highway 23 to the US Border.