WINNIPEG – WEATHER – Southern Manitoba including the City of Winnipeg to the Ontario boundary is under a blowing snow advisory. Environment Canada says winds up to 70 km/h will develop overnight. This is due to a cold front which is coming in from the north.
The weather service reports that while visibility won’t be affected greatly inside built-up areas, poor to at times near-zero visibility can be expected in the open countryside overnight through much of the day Sunday. Conditions will improve late Sunday as winds diminish.
Blowing snow advisory in effect for:
- City of Winnipeg
Travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility. Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve.
The Far North in the Keystone Province is under Extreme Cold Warnings with wind chill values expected to hit -46c.