Travel not recommended in central, northern Sask.

Freezing rain warnings lifted, high winds force Confederation Bridge restrictions

Wet and icy roads have led to a travel advisory for areas of central and northern Saskatchewan. 

Roads in central Saskatchewan are covered in ice, according to the province's Highway Hotline. Northern roads are snow-covered, and have slippery sections. 

Travel is not recommended for the areas of Wynyard, Kelvington and Tisdale.

The following areas also have weather advisories and caution when driving is recommended: 

- Yorkton: Ice-covered, icy or slippery sections and wet sections subject to freezing.

- Wynyard: Kelvington area; travel not recommended, ice-covered and wet sections subject to freezing. 

- Saskatoon: Icy or slippery sections and wet sections subject to freezing.

- North Battleford: Wet sections subject to freezing.

- Kindersley: Wet sections subject to freezing. 

- Tisdale: Travel not recommended, ice-covered, icy or slippery sections, wet sections subject to freezing, and snow-packed sections.

- Prince Albert: Icy or slippery sections, snowdrifts, wet sections subject to freezing, heavy snow, loose snow.

- Meadow Lake: Icy or slippery sections, heavy snow.

- La Ronge: Icy or slippery sections, heavy snow, snow-packed sections, loose snow, swirling snow, drifting snow.

- Buffalo Narrows: Icy or slippery sections, heavy snow, loose snow, swirling snow.