Some areas of southern Manitoba including Westman and the Pembina Valley can expect another 10-15 cm of snow overnight and tomorrow. Some areas near higher elevations may see upwards of 20 cm.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for some regions as the storm moves in.
"Another clipper system has begun to take shape in Montana and will continue tracking eastward tonight," the warning from EC says.
"In southern Manitoba, accumulating snow will begin overnight tonight near the Saskatchewan border and by Sunday morning towards the Red River Valley."
The national forecaster says that the snow will let up from west to east, ending in the east by Sunday night.
"The heaviest snowfall is expected for communities south of the TransCanada Highway where up to 15 cm total is expected. Near the Turtle Mountains and along the southern Pembina Escarpment, the higher terrain could lead to total accumulations locally approaching 20 cm."
Areas under the warning like Killarney already received 60 cm of snow with this week's Colorado low that passed through. Areas like Brandon dealt with wind gusts of 80-90 km/h, but this system should be not as harsh.
Meteorologists say that widespread blowing snow is not anticipated with this system as brief wind gusts of 40 to 50 km/h are possible following the bulk of the snowfall Monday morning. Winds will diminish to light for most of southern Manitoba by Monday afternoon.
However, visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. Environment Canada suggests being prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions.
The City of Winnipeg will likely see between 4 and 8 cm of snow by Sunday evening with the current forecast.
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