A general 2-8 cm fell across southern Manitoba.
Another clipper is expected to move in tomorrow. This one will be earlier in the day than yesterday's with snowfall beginning in Winnipeg early in the morning, and in southwestern Manitoba overnight. In addition, it looks like the heaviest snowfall will fall further south than yesterday, with heaviest amounts generally south of the Trans Canada (6-9 cm). For Winnipeg specifically, models put us on the leading edge of the heaviest snow, therefore it's still not 100% certain how much we'll get. Personally, I'm going with something a little less than yesterday; about 2-4 cm for the city, but keep in mind that we may get a little more if the heaviest band sets up further north, or less if the heaviest band sets up further south. For Brandon, I'd expect 5-8 cm. Here's what the GEM Regional model is expecting in terms of snowfall tomorrow (you can really see what I mean by Winnipeg being on the leading edge of the heavier stuff):
Snow will begin to let up in Winnipeg by late afternoon or early evening.
As opposed to yesterday afternoon, winds will be less of an issue tomorrow for Winnipeg. Blowing snow will therefore not be a major hazard, but there will likely still be some drifting snow out in open areas outside the city with the little wind there will be. Strongest winds (20 to 30 km/h) look to be in southwestern Manitoba tomorrow where drifting snow will be a bigger issue for areas south of Brandon. However, thankfully winds wont be strong enough for blowing snow.
Warmer weather will make its appearance to end this week, into this weekend. More snowfall will be a possibility during the weekend, but it's a little too early to confirm this so stay tuned. There may be a brief cool down to start next week, but any cool down will be brief with general above normal temperatures for most of next week. As what we would come to expect, models are getting confident that a more significant cool down will take place in a week and a half or so.