Most Manitobans woke up Friday to a light dusting of snow on the ground, and more is on the way.
Winnipeg saw between two to five centimetres fall overnight, making for a slippery commute this morning on city streets and area highways.
Environment Canada says flurries will continue on and off today and into Saturday. The real story comes on Sunday, where Winnipeg can expect about five more centimetres.
The silver lining comes with the daytime highs. Saturday will reach -2°C and Sunday we can expect to see a high of -5°C.
Today’s daytime high in Winnipeg is -8°C with a few flurries and sunny breaks.
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