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Storm watch still in effect

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The winter storm watch is still in effect, but should end sometime over night as snow diminishes, Environment Canada meteorologist Mike Russo said this evening.

In Winnipeg, “We’ve had 15 to 18 cm so far. We’re expecting another two to five cm overnight, and another two cm Thursday,” he said. “Most areas (of southern Manitoba) have seen 15 to 20 cm.”

The snow storm that preceded the 1997 flood dropped 48 cm on the Red River valley.

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Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 25/3/2009 (3224 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

The winter storm watch is still in effect, but should end sometime over night as snow diminishes, Environment Canada meteorologist Mike Russo said this evening.

In Winnipeg, "We’ve had 15 to 18 cm so far. We’re expecting another two to five cm overnight, and another two cm Thursday," he said. "Most areas (of southern Manitoba) have seen 15 to 20 cm."

The snow storm that preceded the 1997 flood dropped 48 cm on the Red River valley.

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