As of 6:15 a.m. Wednesday morning all highways in southern Manitoba have reopened after having been closed through the night due to blowing snow.
Multiple highways are closed because of blowing snow Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning with cold temperatures and blowing snow.
Highway 75 is closed from Winnipeg to the U.S. border is still closed as of 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
The following highways are now reopened:
- Highway 1, from Winnipeg City Limits to Highway 12
- Highway 23, from St. Malo to Morris
- Highway 205, from Highway 200 to Highway 12
- Highway 210, from Landmark to Highway 59
- Highway 311, from Highway 200 to Blumenort
Their closures were due to poor winter driving conditions, caused by poor visibility.
The following highways remain closed:
- Highway 3, from Crystal City to Sanford
- Highway 13, from Carman to Elm Creek
- Highway 14, from Highway 3 to Highway 75
- Highway 23, from Morris to Highway 34
- Highway 30, from Rosenfeld to Gretna
- Highway 31, from Highway 3 Windygates
- Highway 32, from Winkler to the US border
- Highway 34, from Holland to Highway 3
- Highway 59, from the US border to St. Malo
- Highway 75, from the US border to Winnipeg City Limits
- Highway 200, from Emerson to Highway 23
- Highway 201, from Highway 32 to Highway 75
- Highway 205, from Rosenort to Aubigny
- Highway 244, from Manitou to the south junction of Highway 245
- Highway 245, from Notre Dame to Carman
- Highway 428, from Roland to Winkler
- Highway 432, from Morden to Rosebank
Winds are expected to gust between 50 and 70 km/h overnight, causing the minus 20-degree temperatures to feel more like minus 35 with a risk of frostbite.