Much of southern and central Manitoba will experience heavy snowfall from Monday through Tuesday.

Environment Canada says that a low pressure system has stalled over northwestern Ontario and is spreading heavy snow westward into Manitoba.

The City of Winnipeg is not under current warnings but could expect to see around 10 cm of snow.

The national forecaster says total snowfall amounts are hard to predict right now.

"There is still some uncertainty with the exact amounts as several waves of accumulating snow are expected through the end of Tuesday," the snowfall warning from Environment Canada says.

"However, the highest totals are expected for the western Parklands into east central Manitoba. Regions in this swath may see local amounts of up to 30 cm of snow, while most other areas can expect 15 to 25 cm of snow."

The storm is expected to weaken late Tuesday.

Environment Canada says that more warnings could be possible as the storm widens.

Current watches and warnings

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