Winter Storm Continues Across the Prairies

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, March 4, 2018
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A potent winter storm continues to drift across the Prairies.

Alberta
A Pacific system moved through Alberta on Friday and Saturday bringing heavy snow to much of the central and southern regions of the province. Some places such as Calgary received 20-30 cm of snow.

Saskatchewan
Snowfall will begin later this morning.

There are widespread snowfall warning across most of Saskatchewan. About 15 to 20 cm is expected, locally some areas may see snowfall amounts of 25 cm.

Snowfall is expected to gradually taper off Monday afternoon through Tuesday.

Manitoba
Rain and snow will begin this afternoon. Snowfall amounts of 20 to 25 centimetres is possible. Locally over 30 cm could fall in some areas.

Snowfall is expected to gradually taper off Monday afternoon through Tuesday.

Wind gusts of 70 km/h will develop on Sunday evening through portions of the Manitoba Interlake, southwestern Manitoba, and southeastern Saskatchewan. This will cause blowing snow and reduced visibility.



The Team

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