UPDATE: 2:00pm, Monday, Feb. 26

As of 1:50 pm the blowing snow advisory has ended,

Keep up to date on highway conditions at the Highway Hotline

UPDATE: 1:00pm, Monday, Feb. 26

The weather seems to be slowly dissipating,

We will continue to update as the day progresses.

Keep up to date with road conditions on the Highway Hotline  

1:00pm highway

UPDATE: 12:00am, Monday, Feb. 26

Road conditions have yet to improve further.

12:00am Highways Feb 26

UPDATE: 11:00 am, Monday, Feb. 26

Visibility has cleared south on 21 heading to Glidden, and west on 7. East and snow are still under travel not recommended North on 21 and west on highway 7

11:00am Highway Hotline

UPDATE: 9:20 am, Monday, Feb. 26

A blowing snow advisory has now been issued as it is causing poor visibility in some locations.

Strong northwest winds gusting into the 70 to 80 km/h range are combining with fresh snow to produce near-zero visibilities in blowing snow.

Conditions will begin to improve midday.

Travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility.

Visibility may be significantly and suddenly reduced to near zero.

If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for taillights ahead and be prepared to stop.

Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve.

Nick Cooper HH as of 830.jpgThe Highway Hotline as of 8:30 am Monday. 

Original Article:

The West Central region is feeling the effects of the Alberta Clipper ripping through as all roads in the area are showing travel not recommended as of 7:20 am this morning. 

This is a screenshot via the Highway Hotline.

HH hotline screenshot as of 720 am MondayHighway Hotline screenshot as of 7:20 am Monday. 

Roads are expected to continue to worsen throughout the day, before things smarten up this evening.