Southern Manitoba will go from windchills around -25 to temperatures around +3 in a span of 24 hours.

The system pushing warm air into the southern part of the province is also expected to bring moisture with it. Environment Canada says many areas, including the Red River Valley, could see snow or rain showers on Wednesday.

While there is a risk of frostbite Tuesday afternoon, temperatures will begin to quickly rise overnight, to -3 by the morning.

Meanwhile, some parts of northern Manitoba could expect to see upwards of 15 cm of snow, beginning on Tuesday.

Environment Canada says that a low pressure system crossing northern Manitoba tonight is expected to bring 10 to 15 cm of snow to the Lynn Lake and Brochet regions.

Snow will begin late this afternoon and taper off Wednesday morning.

Rapidly accumulating snow will make travel difficult.

Current watches and warnings

Areas in red are currently under a snowfall warning.