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Slippery road conditions for morning commute in Saskatoon

Freezing rain overnight Thursday has left many streets and sidewalks in Saskatoon slippery. Phillip Bollman / Global News

Saskatoon police are urging drivers to exercise caution on city streets during Friday’s morning commute.

Freezing rain overnight Thursday has left many streets and sidewalks slippery.

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Drivers are being asked to slow down, and leave more space between themselves and the vehicle in front of them.

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Travel is also not recommended on some highways in the Saskatoon and North Battleford regions, along with Highway 11 between Aylesbury and Bethune.

Highways are reported to be ice covered.

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Drivers are advised to check the highway hotline for the latest road conditions.

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