Road conditions in parts of southern Manitoba are very poor.
A strong south wind, combined with sunshine and mild conditions is causing snow to stick to roadways.
We have been told that Highway 52, west of Steinbach is snowpacked and slow going. A vehicle is resting on its side near the Highway 52 and Provincial Road 216 intersection.
Manitoba 511 lists Highway 52 as ice covered and slushy with blowing/ drifting snow, swirling snow and snow drifts.
Highway 12 from Steinbach to the Trans Canada Highway is listed as partly snow covered with slush and blowing/ drifting snow.
And, Highway 1, west of Ste. Anne is listed as partly snow covered with slush and blowing/ drifting snow.
Visibility is also down to less than 200 feet in some areas.
Meanwhile, Environment Canada is calling for a 30 per cent chance of flurries this evening and then clearing overnight. Winds will be from the south, gusting to 60 km/h this evening, before shifting to southwest 20 km/h near midnight.
Click here for a complete map of highway conditions in Manitoba.