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Some areas of Manitoba are facing severe ; a heavy snowfall

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A low pressure system approaching southern Manitoba is bringing a large, organized area of ​​heavy snow and blowing snow to the center of the province.

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Several areas of Manitoba are facing heavy snow Sunday, while much of the province is under winter storm, blizzard or freezing rain warnings.

It's a winter mix we have this Sunday, says Justin Share, meteorologist at Environment Canada.

Between 20 and 40 centimeters of snow are expected in the Westman area. According to Justin Share, the snowfall should stop by the end of the day, but strong winds will persist throughout the evening.

According to him, the areas that will be most affected are Duck Mountain and Riding Mountain where snow accumulation could reach up to 50 centimeters.

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Justin Share indicates that temperatures could drop Monday evening and that they would rise again by the next weekend.

The meteorologist asks the Manitobans to avoid non-essential travel and stay informed of changes.

The province says Highway 366 running from Grandviwe to Ingles and Highway 482 from Provincial Highway 83 to Provincial Highway 5 are closed Sunday due to poor road conditions.

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