Environment Canada says "another shot of winter" is in store for half of Manitoba. 

Blustery winds, blowing snow, and rain are adding to the cocktail of winter weather this weekend.

Starting on Sunday, the majority of southern Manitoba, including Winnipeg and Steinbach, is set to be visited by a low-pressure system moving through the province.

"While most areas can expect a few hours of light rain, by Sunday evening most of the south will be seeing steady snow as temperatures fall below the freezing mark," Environment Canada says in a special weather statement.

This is bringing a mix of rain and snow and the potential for blowing snow.

Early next week on Monday and Tuesday, the southeastern part of Manitoba could be seeing 10-20 cm of snow or more. Winds gusting up to 60 km/h on Monday could create blowing snow.

"The system finally moves off in earnest late Tuesday, leaving scattered flurries in its wake for Wednesday along with a gradual return to more normal temperatures."

Environment Canada says as the days draw closer there could be more weather warnings in store.