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15-30cm of snow possible for Saskatchewan by Monday

Video Discussion from Yesterday:




 

Monday October 24th



Threat level: HIGH

Confidence: MODERATE (based on model agreements)

Expected hazards: WINTER STORM: HEAVY SNOWFALL // SLEET // BLOWING SNOW

Secondary hazards: road closures (including Trans-Canada Hwy)

Locations impacted: Westman // Southeastern Saskatchewan

Timing: Sun Oct 22nd to Mon Oct 24th

Timing of worst conditions: Sun night into Mon

Expected watch(s): winter storm watches & warnings // snowfall warnings possible

Expected snowfall: up to 15-30cm possible in Southern Saskatchewan // 5-10cm across most of Westman // 10-15cm across higher elevations of Westman


SREF probability of 6inches or more of snow Monday


NBM snowfall accumulation (in cm)

 


Statements

1:26 PM CDT Friday 21 October 2022 Special weather statement in effect for:


The first winter storm of the season will impact parts of Manitoba Sunday into Monday. Precipitation will begin early Sunday morning in parts of Manitoba initially as rain and change to snow Sunday evening for northern Manitoba and Monday afternoon for southwestern Manitoba. Freezing rain will also accompany this system, particularly over higher terrain and the northern Interlake. Snowfall totals remain uncertain at this time due to the tracking of the system as well as melting and compaction of snow. However, 5-15 cm of snow is possible over higher terrain and areas north of the low track. Impacts from this system include: -Reduced visibilities when traveling on highways due to heavy falling snow. -Icy roads from freezing rain. -Accumulating wet snow and ice on infrastructure, particularly over the Riding Mountains and through the northern Interlake.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to MBstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #MBStorm.



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