Sunday, 11 November 2012

Snowfall Totals

     Well what a storm it became for southern Manitoba last night. Here are some preliminary snowfall totals as of this morning, thanks to Rob's Blog, Cocorahs and Environment Canada:

     Note that more snowfall is still falling in some of these areas this morning, therefore amounts are getting higher as we speak. It has stopped in Winnipeg, but we will likely continue to get periods of light snow here and there today, tonight and Monday. An additional 2 to 5 cm is possible.

     Note also that the Trans Canada is closed all the way to Brandon. Travel is highly unrecommend today.

     Here's a timelapse of the snowfall in Portage la Prairie. 

     I will continue to update these snowfall totals today and Monday.

     Meanwhile, record low temperatures are felt in Alberta this morning with lows in the -20's and windchills in the low -30's!!  Some unofficial records include: Claresholm at -28.5°C and Coronation at -27.4°C! Brrr!

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