Snow and mild temperatures continue to cause problems for motorists Tuesday morning.
As of 4:30 a.m., no highways in southern Manitoba had been closed from poor road conditions. However, most highways reportedly are snow and ice-covered.
RCMP Manitoba dealt with a number of collisions throughout the southern portion of Manitoba, especially on the Trans-Canada Highway between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie, as well as the Perimeter Highway.
Drivers reported very icy driving conditions to CHVN, including Highway 1 in both directions west of Winnipeg near the Creekside Campground, and west of Portage la Prairie to Brandon.
Highways north of Winnipeg are also reportedly extremely icy, including Highway 8 and Highway 59.
Motorists are reminded to drive with caution and to stay off the highways if possible. More snow accumulation is expected Tuesday for much of southern Manitoba.
You can find current highway conditions here.