The bottom right corner of the keystone province could look a little different tomorrow morning.  

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Southeastern Manitoba – including Steinbach - St. Adolphe - Emerson - Vita – Richer; Killarney - Pilot Mound – Manitou; Morden - Winkler - Altona – Morris; Sprague - Northwest Angle Provincial Forest; Whiteshell - Lac du Bonnet – Pinawa – with upwards of 25 cm of potential snowfall expected to accumulate by Friday morning.  

Most areas can expect between 10-20 cm of snow with the worst conditions anticipated in the late afternoon and overnight hours. Low visibility in heavy falling snow and local blowing snow are expected. 

Environment and Climate Change Canada reminds drivers to adjust their driving with changing road conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. If visibility is reduced while driving, turn on your lights and maintain a safe following distance. 

Conditions are expected to improve by Friday morning.

Winnipeg is not currently under any warnings, but that doesn't mean it's escaping the white stuff. Snow is expected to begin Thursday afternoon, and around 5-10 cm of snow is expected to fall overnight.

Current watches and warnings

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