A Colorado Low is getting set to impact portions of southern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba.
Snow will move into the area late this evening. Snowfall amounts will vary. In the heaviest snow, 20 to 30 cm is possible. The heaviest snow will fall along the international border. Warmer temperatures will result in wet heavy snow.
The slow-moving system will result in several days of accumulating snow.
On Wednesday snow will continue with moderate to strong winds which will lead to blowing snow conditions.
From southern Saskatchewan to northern Manitoba snow is expected from Wednesday night into Thursday.
By Wednesday evening the snow will spread toward the Ontario/Manitoba border through Lake Superior. The snow will be accompanied by gusty winds.
This same system is bringing flash flooding and blizzard conditions to the central United States.
The storm will gradually track east impacting Ontario, Quebec, and possibly Atlantic Canada.