Snow started falling Sunday night and continued in some parts of the Capital Region Monday morning.
The cold and windy conditions are leaving some roads, overpasses and highways very slippery.
511 Alberta, the government-run account that shares up-to-date highway conditions and safety information on Twitter, warned of several dangerous spots Sunday night.
Several collisions were reported on the QEII Highway near Leduc at around 9:30 p.m.
Sections of the highway between Edmonton and Red Deer were also reported to be partially snow covered with limited visibility.
There were also reports of a pileup involving multiple vehicles on Sherwood Park Freeway.
Edmonton police said there have been a couple of crashes within city limits but nothing serious.