|Steinbach this morning (From 'Sarah'). I don't|
take any credit for this photo
My snowfall forecast map ended up pretty accurate, except that amounts were even more narrow than expected. Careful shoveling out there today, it's heart-attack type snow! Very wet and very heavy.
Here are some unofficial snowfall amounts from environment canada as of 8 AM this morning. I'm guessing they will likely give final totals later this afternoon or evening.
Snowfall as of 8 AM
Steinbach 18 cm (As of 10 AM) (courtesy of Scott from A Weather Moment blog)
Oakbank 12 cm
Pinawa 11 cm
Beausejour 10-15 cm
Far west end 1-2 cm
Charleswood 1.4 cm (Courtesy of Rob from Rob's Blog)
East/south end 6-8 cm
St. Boniface 4 cm (Courtesy of Brad from AWM)
My yard-south end 7 cm
|Radar estimate of precip. amounts past 24 hours (as of noon)|
Today, snowfall is more widespread, and has already begun to taper off slowly. We likely wont be done with these flurries until tonight. It will be unsettled over the next few days, with chances of snow each day until the weekend.