Highway closures, snowy conditions continue throughout southeast Sask.
REGINA -- Areas of southeast Saskatchewan continue to deal with highway closures and weather warnings due to a spring storm that brought snow and high winds.
A part of Highway 1 between Indian Head and Whitewood remains closed due to slippery conditions, as of Tuesday evening.
Other road closures include portions of Highways 48 southeast of Regina.
Late on Monday night, Saskatchewan RCMP asked motorists not to travel throughout the entire southeast portion of the province, due to reduced visibility and slippery roads.
In a release, police said officers responded to "at least a dozen" vehicle crashes in areas of Highway 1 east of Regina on Monday night.
Weather warnings and highway closures are in effect as of 8:10 p.m. Tuesday.