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Four areas in the southwest corner of the province are under Special Weather Statements right now.

According to Environment Canada, a low pressure system is developing in Montana and will spread snow into southern Saskatchewan tomorrow night and eventually into Manitoba as the system tracks eastward to North Dakota. The system will also bring some stronger winds with it which will make for blowing snow at some points.

The snowfall, which is expected to continue through Saturday, could bring anywhere from 10 to 20 cm of snow in some areas.

Even though there is a special weather statement in effect, the low pressure system could track further south, which would significantly reduce the amount of snow we will see.

Currently, the statement is in effect for these areas:

  • Brandon - Neepawa - Carberry - Treherne
  • Killarney - Pilot Mound - Manitou
  • Melita - Boissevain - Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
  • Virden - Souris

We will keep an eye out for any weather statements issued for areas in the Parkland.