A special weather statement has been issued for the eastern and southeastern parts of the province.
Environment Canada is saying a storm system developing over the western United States is forecast to track across the Dakotas Monday and intensify as it moves into northwest Ontario Monday night into Tuesday.
Beginning Monday morning in southeast Saskatchewan, this system is forecast to bring a widespread area of heavy snow from southeast Saskatchewan across western Manitoba and Interlake regions into central and northeast Manitoba. Further southeast, precipitation will likely begin as rain or freezing rain over the Red River valley and southeast Manitoba Monday morning before changing over to snow later in the day.
At least 10 centimeters of snow is expected with some areas in Manitoba seeing as much as 30.