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This article was published 6/3/2014 (1180 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Keep that shovel handy. More snow is on the way for Winnipeg and the surrounding region, and conditions have already resulted in school closures and bus service cancellations in a number of school divisions.
Environment Canada is calling for another five centimetres today, with most of falling this morning. Periods of heavy snow are expected, with a 60 per cent chance of light snow falling this afternoon. The high is -4 C.
All schools in Hanover School Division are closed to students and staff today, due to extreme weather and poor winter driving conditions. Teachers are reassigned to work at home for the day.
In Lord Selkirk School Division, buses are not running, schools are closed and employees are not required to report to work.
All schools in Border Land School Division, Lakeshore School Division, and Seine River School Division are closed.
All bus service outside the Perimeter Highway is cancelled today in the Louis Riel School Division.
Winnipeg saw approximately 7 centimetres fall Wednesday afternoon into the evening.
Those travelling on the highways in and around Winnipeg should give themselves a few more minutes today. Most roads are snow packed in long stretches and visibility is reduced in open spots, so be careful if you need to head out.
More of the white stuff, approximately 2-4 centimetres, is expected tonight. The low will be -14 C.
Things should start to clear up Friday morning, making way for sunny skies and a high of -10 C. A north wind 30 km/h will bring a wind chill in the -25 range.
A similar forecast is in store for us Saturday before things start to warm up for Sunday and Monday. The daytime high for both days is around the freezing mark.