Heavy snow across Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and NW Ontario
A late-season snowfall is on tap for southern Saskatchewan, southern Manitoba, and northwestern Ontario.
10 to 20 cm of snow and periods of blowing snow will begin early Wednesday across southeastern Saskatchewan. The snow will be heaviest this morning but will persist into Thursday for many locations.
15 to as much as 40 cm of snow is expected across western Manitoba. Strong winds are also expected.
Rain and wet snow is expected across southern Manitoba today before 10 to 20 cm of snow moves into the area on Thursday.
Then on Thursday snow is expected to move into Northwestern Ontario. Snow is expected in Ontario near the Minnesota border.
Snow will begin on Thursday afternoon and continue through Thursday night before tapering to flurries on Friday. Snowfall amounts of 10 and 20 cm are possible.