WINNIPEG – The calendar may have turned but the snow isn’t stopping.
Another dumping of snow is on the way for southern Manitoba as a low pressure system in Minnesota makes its way north. It’s not expected to bring nearly as much as we’ve seen during two storms already this winter but up to 10 cm could fall in Winnipeg by Tuesday morning.
Roughly two cm are expected throughout Monday with the bulk of the snow falling overnight.
More is expected to fall in the southeastern corner of the province. Some communities in the far southeast corner like Sprague, Steinbach, Emerson, St. Adolphe and Richer are under a snowfall warning. That warning also includes the Whiteshell.
Those areas could get between 10 and 20 cm of snow today.
Winnipeg saw its snowiest December since 1909, according to Environment Canada.