March 13, 2019 9:39 am
Updated: March 13, 2019 10:33 am

Southern Manitoba placed under several weather alerts

Global's Kahla Shea gives a weather update for March 13th detailing some snow on the way.


Manitobans aren’t off the hook just quite yet for winter weather.

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement early Wednesday morning for the entire city of Winnipeg, along with other parts of Manitoba.

Parts of southern Manitoba will see effects from a major winter storm that’s heading to Ontario from the U.S.

READ MORE: Border state to be hit with blizzard, meaning more potential flood water for Manitoba: U.S. meteorologist

Snow and strong winds are expected to roll into Manitoba on Wednesday evening and continue into Thursday.

Wet snow will continue into Thursday before tapering off late that night.

READ MORE: Heavy U.S. snowfall raising concerns about Manitoba flooding

Environment Canada says blowing snow should be limited in Winnipeg because of mild temperatures, and icing of the snow pack surface due to the sun.

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