Drivers beware: province warns of slippery roads following heavy snow and freezing rain

A city worker looks on as snow is dumped into one of the sewer dumps around the city as snow removal operations continue in Montreal on February 14, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

Sunday night’s heavy snowfall and rain is creating dangerous driving conditions across the province.

Some areas of Quebec are getting as much as 20 centimetres of snow through the night into Monday.

The regions of Baie-Comeau, Quebec City, Lanaudiere, the Laurentians and Gatineau are the most affected.

Freezing rain could cause roads to get sliperry with ice. 

Quebec’s transport ministry says drivers should be cautious if they are in or travelling through the affected areas.

The ministry has deployed a fleet of ice and snow removal teams, according to a statement.

People can visit for continuous updates on road conditions.  


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