After two nights of stormy conditions across New Brunswick, many roads are still icy, snowy or slushy, causing difficult driving in some areas.
Many parts of the province remain under a freezing rain warning.
Some south-central regions, including Fredericton, have icy and slushy patches. The Government of New Brunswick's 511 website shows Highway 10 from Fredericton to Chipman having partial snow cover and reduced visibility.
Moving further north, many roads are still covered in snow, including Highway 8 from Blackville to Miramichi, Highway 108 from Halfway Inn to Renous, Highway 113 from Junction Route 11 to Baie de Shippagan, Highway 126 from Rogersville to Route 265, Highway 116 from Kent County Line to Harcourt and Highway 11 from Richibucto to Shediac.
Along with covered roads, some areas show reduced visibility, including Highway 11 from Miramichi to Saint Margarets, Highway 126 from Miramichi to Rogersville, Highway 8 from Boiestown to Blackville, Highway 126 from Route 465 to Moncton, Highway 116 from Chipman to Kent County Line, Highway 116 from Harcourt to Rexton, Highway 113 from Baie de Shippagan to Miscou Channel, Highway 8 from Miramichi to Jeanne Mance and Highway 11 from Oak Point to Miramichi.
Highway 108 from Plaster Rock to Half Way Inn shows covered, snow-packed road conditions with poor visibility. Highway 11 from Janeville to Bertrand shows covered, snow-packed roads with icy patches and drifting snow. Highway 2 from Moncton to Point Rouge Road and Highway 15 from Moncton to Shediac are covered in ice with reduced visibility.
A complete list of road conditions can be found on the 511 website.
More freezing rain warnings
After much of New Brunswick faced hours of freezing rain from Friday to Saturday, Environment Canada has issued more freezing rain warnings for the southern regions of the province.
The warnings are in place for Sunday evening through Monday morning.
"Precipitation will start as ice pellets in the afternoon and gradually transition to freezing rain Sunday evening. Freezing rain and ice pellets will persist well into Monday morning before warmer air finally changes the precipitation to rain," Environment Canada says.
The warning said there is likely to be ice buildup from this storm.
The parts of New Brunswick under a warning as of late Saturday afternoon are:
Saint John and county.
Kennebecasis Valley and Kings County.
Oromocto and Sunbury County.
Moncton and southeast New Brunswick.
Grand Manan and coastal Charlotte County.
St. Stephen and northern Charlotte County.
Grand Lake and Queens County.
Fundy National Park.
Environment Canada says the freezing rain warnings will likely be extended into other parts of New Brunswick on Monday.