As of Thursday afternoon, Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for western Manitoba including Riding Mountain National Park.

Over the next 24 hours or so Dauphin, Russell, Roblin, Winnipegosis, Minnedosa, and Swan River could see up to 15 cm of snow. 

"Snow is going to start pushing into the southwestern parts of Manitoba in the early morning hours tomorrow morning," says Jesse Wagar with Environment Canada. "The snow is going to continue throughout the day Friday and into Friday night and then it slowly starts to taper off Saturday morning."

According to Wagar, Winnipeg is on the edge of the system and could see between 2-4 cm of snow.

"Brandon is not under the snowfall warning but Minnedosa is. So that seems to be the dividing line is where we'll see the heaviest snow amounts expected."

Anyone travelling west of Winnipeg should stay on the lookout for snowy road conditions and potential whiteouts.