Amidst ongoing snowfall that we have seen over the last couple of days, roads are starting to become hazardous for drivers. 

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) there is an anticipated accumulations of 5 to 10 centimeters by the end of today (March 2) and motorists are urged to exercise caution when driving on the roadways. 

Roads in and around the Strathmore area are snow covered and icy.

The Trans-Canada between Strathmore and Calgary is partly covered by snow. 

The City of Calgary is working hard to clear snow-covered routes and some of those snowy and icy routes are:

  • Deerfoot Trail
  • Macleod Trail
  • Glenmore Trail
  • Sarcee Trail
  • Stoney Trail

ECCC says the snowfall is to continue overnight and fridged temperatures are expected, with wind chills plummeting to -30 degrees by the end of the day (March 2).

Sunday's forecast remains equally as cold, with windchills expected to hover around -25 during the afternoon. 

And with all of this snow, Strathmore and area is currently under a snowfall warning with the snowfall expected to taper off on Sunday morning. 

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