Travel Saturday morning, and potentially into the afternoon hours, will be impacted by reduce visibility in blowing snow across the Pembina and Red River Valley.

"The combination of snowfall coming from a trough of low pressure and strong wind gusts throughout the region have led to this morning's conditions," explained CMOS Accredited Weathercaster Chris Sumner. "The light snow is expected throughout the day, with northwesterly gusts of 50 km/h, or a little more, likely into the late afternoon hours before diminishing Saturday evening."

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Sumner noted limited snowfall totals are expected today, maxing out at a few centimeters.

"Because it will be lightweight snow, and the winds will be as strong as they are, blowing snow conditions will continue for much of the day."

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Temperatures will fall throughout Saturday, dipping to -25 by late afternoon, as bitterly cold Arctic air rushes into the region.

"Today through Monday is looking particularly chilly, with a chance we could see our fist -30 overnight low of the Winter Saturday or Sunday night," Sumner said. "Windchill values will also near, and more than likely reach, Extreme Cold Warning criteria in the next day or two, with windchills nearing -40 between now and Monday morning."

Environment Canada issues Extreme Wind Cold Warnings when the temperature or wind chill is expected to reach -40°C for at least two hours.

Temperatures will moderate a few degrees during the first half of next week, but will still remain below average for mid-January. The average daytime is -12 and overnight low is -22.

According to Sumner, the next chance for snowfall is Monday as a low pressure system over Hudson Bay brings that to Southern Manitoba, but again, it's forecast to be only a couple centimeters at most.