10:32 AM CST Wednesday 26 December 2018 Snowfall warning in effect for:
Mun. of Rhineland incl. Altona Plum Coulee and Gretna
R.M. of Montcalm incl. St. Jean Baptiste
R.M. of Morris incl. Rosenort and Aubigny
R.M. of Roland incl. Jordan and Myrtle
R.M. of Stanley incl. Winkler and Morden
R.M. of Thompson incl. Miami Rosebank and Deerwood
Buffalo Point Res. and Northwest Angle Prov. Forest
R.M. of Piney incl. Sandilands and Sprague
Mun. of Emerson-Franklin incl. Roseau River
R.M. of De Salaberry incl. St-Pierre-Jolys and St. Malo
R.M. of Hanover incl. Steinbach Niverville and Grunthal
R.M. of La Broquerie incl. Marchand
R.M. of Ritchot incl. St. Adolphe and Ste. Agathe
R.M. of Ste. Anne incl. Richer
R.M. of Stuartburn incl. Zhoda Vita and Sundown
R.M. of Tache incl. Lorette Ste-Geneviève and Landmark
Snowfall with total amounts of 10 to 15 cm is expected. Heavy snow beginning Wednesday evening.
A low pressure system will bring heavy snow to southern Manitoba beginning Wednesday evening, with totals of 10-15 cm expected by Thursday morning. The highest accumulations will be toward the international border and decrease northward. Surrounding areas can expect 5-10 cm during this time.
The heavy snow will taper off Thursday morning as the system tracks into Ontario. Strong northerly winds will develop in the wake of this low which will create visibility reductions in blowing snow, especially along the Red River Valley and in open areas. Travellers should take caution that conditions may be hazardous into Friday.
For highway information visit https://manitoba511.ca
Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel difficult over some locations. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.
Hourly snowfall map by Weatherlogics depict all of southeastern Manitoba affected by snowfall by 4am Thursday.