Some regions of northern Manitoba are waking up to a snowfall warning.
At least 10 and possibly as much as 15 centimeters (about 4-6 inches) of snow is forecast for places like Thompson, Nelson House and Flin Flon.
It’s all because a low pressure system is moving in from Saskatchewan this morning.
People in the storm’s swath can start digging out later today as Environment Canada predicts the snows will taper towards light flurries by tonight.
— Garth Hilderman