Pedestrians and drivers in a large section of central and east Alberta should expect slippery conditions on roads and walkways Wednesday night.
Environment Canada issued a freezing rain warning shortly after 5 p.m., which included the city of Edmonton, Slave Lake and Lloydminster. The warning was lifted for the Edmonton area around 6:45 p.m. but remained in place for surrounding regions.
The agency said a band of freezing rain was moving east from Slave Lake at 45 km/h.
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For the latest warnings and watches, visit Environment Canada’s website.
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