Calgary emergency crews had been kept busy Tuesday night time as falling snow precipitated slippery situations and terrible visibility around the metropolis.
Police say there were over 70 crashes between four p.M. And 9 p.M. Many on roads, including the Deerfoot path, Crowchild Trail, Sarcee path, and Stoney path.
Ten of those ended in minor injuries.
CPS says at one point, officers were responding to a crash every four minutes.
They are saying drivers should supply themselves with more time and more area throughout their morning travel.
Highways to the west of the town had been additionally in horrific form, with black ice and poor visibility causing negative driving conditions.
Calgary remains below a snowstorm warning, with up to 20 centimeters predicted by means of Wednesday.
The mountains may want to get up to 30 centimeters.
Metropolis of Calgary crews has been working on coping with icy spots as well as sanding and salting as needed.
As soon as the blizzard ends, the snow priority plan can be activated, that specializes in clearing excessive-quantity roadways as well as a few pedestrian overpasses, sidewalks next to town-owned residences, and high-precedence bus pads.