The city says its crews are ready to respond to winter weather that may affect roadways.
SASKATOON – Snow is expected to hit Saskatoon and area late Monday afternoon and into Tuesday, but city crews are ready to respond to winter weather that may affect roadways.
Environment Canada says there will be a sudden drop in temperature starting Monday,which will bring accumulating snow Monday afternoon and Tuesday.
Road conditions can deteriorate with the combination of moisture from snow and below zero temperatures, said the city. Drivers should adjust their driving for the road conditions, leave extra room in case you need to stop suddenly and watch for blue and yellow flashing lights on road equipment.
The city says it will continue to monitor high traffic streets and apply de-icing material as required, beginning with Circle Drive and freeways. Crews are ready to initiate plowing and snow grading if the snow accumulates.
Please watch for their blue and amber flashing lights and leave room for road equipment to do their work. Accumulating snow may interrupt the remaining neighbourhoods scheduled for fall sweep.will be issued for any expected changes that may affect the .
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