Live: Southern Canada's worst blizzard in decades
Southern Manitoba and southeastern Saskatchewan parts of the Canadian provinces are under extreme weather conditions. Early this week the government has issued a warning over blizzard, expecting 30 to 50 centimetres of snow with wind gusts up to 90 km/h from Wednesday till Friday.
Snowfall began on Tuesday evening, getting worse by the hour. On Wednesday morning visibility significantly decreased.
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For the Red River Valley including Winnipeg and southeastern Manitoba the majority of the snow expected with this system will fall today. Snow and blowing snow will continue tonight through Thursday, although with lesser amounts expected. The southern Red River Valley and southeastern Manitoba may also see some drizzle or freezing drizzle as warmer air wraps into the system. Snow will continue Thursday evening, but accumulations should be limited, before tapering to flurries on Friday.
Conditions should begin to improve on Friday as the winds taper off and the heaviest snow moves into northern Ontario.