"Right now I think we're just catching the tail end of a central Saskatchewan storm or snowfall," shared City Roads and Drainage Manager, Norm Mack. "The light skiff has made the streets icy."
"We had the sanding units out very early this morning dealing with the icy conditions and they'll continue to patrol the city all day long."
"Right now the accumulation is very little and we're unable to move any of it. It's more going to be more sanding and salt than moving snow around."
With one accident already called in, Mack reminds drivers to take their time on the roads.
"As the day goes, we're expecting some sun too, so road conditions with the salt, will improve. But we remind people to use caution when driving around the city today."
"It's just the right temperature, around just below freezing, when you get those temperatures mixed with a bit of snow, you'll see icy conditions."