July 1, 2015


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Spring snowstorm in Parkland, Interlake

Dauphin woke up to a snowy landscape this morning.
Michelle Allison snapped this shot of deep snow outside of Dauphin around 7:30 this morning.
Snow was thick on the ground near Dauphin around 7:30 this morning.
About 16 cm of snow had fallen by early afternoon in Decker, Man., seen in this photo sent by Mark Waldner.
It started snowing in Alonsa, Man., at 8 a.m. and a thick layer had fallen by 1:30 p.m., when David Mozdzen snapped this picture.
Snow rests heavy on a tractor in Alonsa, Man., Tuesday afternoon.
It was a winter wonderland in Hecla, Man., by 4 p.m. Tuesday.
'Spring has already been spreading rumours of its impending arrival and this little Junco fell for it,' writes Ric Hornsby from Gimli, Man.
Heavy snow on Highway 5 near Dauphin Marketplace Mall on Tuesday morning.
Dauphin woke up to a snowy landscape this morning. - Jean-Louis Guillas / Submitted photo
Michelle Allison snapped this shot of deep snow outside of Dauphin around 7:30 this morning. - Michelle Allison / Submitted Photo
Snow was thick on the ground near Dauphin around 7:30 this morning. - Michelle Allison. / Submitted Photo
About 16 cm of snow had fallen by early afternoon in Decker, Man., seen in this photo sent by Mark Waldner. - Submitted photo
It started snowing in Alonsa, Man., at 8 a.m. and a thick layer had fallen by 1:30 p.m., when David Mozdzen snapped this picture. - David Mozdzen / Submitted photo
Snow rests heavy on a tractor in Alonsa, Man., Tuesday afternoon. - David Mozdzen / Submitted Photo
It was a winter wonderland in Hecla, Man., by 4 p.m. Tuesday. - Lorraine Dodick / Submitted photo
'Spring has already been spreading rumours of its impending arrival and this little Junco fell for it,' writes Ric Hornsby from Gimli, Man. - Ric Hornsby / Submitted photo
Heavy snow on Highway 5 near Dauphin Marketplace Mall on Tuesday morning. - Joe Tuzyk / Submitted photo

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