An Alberta clipper looks to be on its way through the Prairies on Monday. 

Southern Saskatchewan and most of southern Manitoba look to avoid the heavier snow forecast to the north. A wintery mix of light precipitation including freezing rain will be possible Sunday night and Monday morning.

The daytime high on Monday is expected to be well above the freezing mark, but temperatures look to plummet quickly once the clipper passes by. 

Strong winds up to 70 km/h are expected on Tuesday, dropping the morning low to around -20 degrees Celsius with the wind chill at -30 to -35. 

The colder temperatures look to be sticking around for a couple of days before breaking late in the week. 

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