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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Colorado Low to bring stormy weather to Saskatchewan & Manitoba


A Colorado Low will likely bring significant precipitation to southern Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan tonight through Thursday, with snow continuing until Friday afternoon in parts of Manitoba.


Precipitation will likely begin in the form of rain before changing to snow overnight or early Wednesday morning. Rainfall amounts will not be significant.


Total snowfall accumulations of 10 to 25 cm are possible, with the highest amounts expected over higher elevations.


In extreme areas of southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba, there is a freezing rain risk on Tuesday.


Strong winds are expected over the region, mainly in the Manitoba Parkland area where some reduced visibility is expected.


The ground is no longer frozen in many areas so as a result some of the snow that is expected will melt on contact.

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