A Colorado Low sweeping east across Saskatchewan has left much of the south-central part of the province in poor driving condition.

Much of Highway 1 between Swift Current and Regina is closed, as of 5:30 Monday morning. Highway 39 between Moose Jaw and Corrine is closed as well, along with many other areas.

Map of road closuresRed means road closed, white means travel not recommended, yellow is winter-driving conditions (photo from Highway Hotline around 5:30 a.m.)

Snowfall totals haven't been tabulated yet. A snowfall warning is in effect for the southeast. The Weyburn and Estevan area is expected to receive around five to 10 centimetres of snow Monday morning.

You can check the latest highway conditions here