North Dakota low brings Snowfall Warnings across Saskatchewan, Manitoba border on Wednesday

Snowfall Warnings remain in place for much of eastern Saskatchewan Wednesday morning, as a low pressure system out of the Dakotas is expected to track north and bring significant amounts of snow to many communities.

Environment Canada says most communities can expect to see ten to 15 cm’s before Wednesday is over, with some local amounts possibly reaching closer to 20 cm’s.

The snow will begin early Wednesday morning in the south and work its way northward throughout the day.

The warned regions and amounts may change as the system moves in.

Environment Canada also says to prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions, current highway conditions can be read >> here.

UPDATE: Environment Canada has ended warnings for the Moosomin-Kipling area, as well as the Carlyle-Oxbow area.

However, Environment Canada has expanded the snowfall warnings to La Ronge, Fond-du-Lac, and Key Lake areas.


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