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Accumulating snow on the way for Manitoba and N Ontario

Another day, another Clipper. Hope you all enjoyed the break from winter in the last several days because another burst of winter is incoming this weekend into Monday.

Low pressure location and precipitation type forecasted by the NAM 12km for Sunday night

The picture above depicts the Low pressure somewhere in central Saskatchewan late Sunday night. This Low will progress east through Monday morning, bringing with it snow (at times heavy) for parts of southern Manitoba, northern Ontario and northern MN/ND.

NAM 3KM precipitation type through Monday morning

Below is a depiction of expected precipitation amounts for the Duluth, MN forecast area in inches according to the National Weather Service:

Temperatures will continue to be above average through the weekend with mainly quiet weather expected. There is a slight chance for some freezing drizzle for areas north of the Iron Range Saturday morning. An area of low pressure will bring snow to the area Sunday night into Monday, with 3-6 inches of accumulation possible for most and a potential for greater than 6 inches along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Most of the snow will likely fall overnight and before sunrise Monday. However, the snow could affect the Monday morning commute to work and school. Stay tuned for updates as we get closer in time. -NWS Duluth, MN

Below is the forecasted snowfall accumulation according to only one model for parts of the Northern Plains through Monday morning in centimeters:

NAM 12km resolution forecasted accumulation (in cm) through Monday morning
  • 10-15cm possible for Winnipeg City

  • 5-8cm possible to Brandon, MB

  • 15-20cm possible for extreme southeastern Manitoba & ON border

  • 25+ cm for northern Ontario

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