Snow came to Manitoba, but not to Winnipeg

Snow came to Manitoba, but not to Winnipeg

Snowfalls have come to Manitoba, but if you live in Winnipeg, you may not see them. Apparently, Perimeter Highway created an invisible protective field around the city.

“Last night, the snow came close to Winnipeg, and it slowly moved all night. But a few hours ago, when it seemed that it would get into the perimeter of the city, suddenly the direction had changed,“ said The Environment Canada meteorologist Dan Fulton on Tuesday, November 6th. "The snow was right on our doorstep, and then began to retreat."

In the western half of the province, however, winter arrived, with snowdrifts from 5 to 10 centimeters and possibly more on the heights in the Parklands area. It continues to snow and it will be a rather unpleasant day in western Manitoba, ”Fulton said.

According to the forecast, in the foreseeable future, the temperature will fall below normal. Fellow Winnipeggers, the cold time of the year is coming and we have to prepare, make sure you have warm cloth for everyone in your family, tires changed for winter ones and you have enough food and water home stocked for at least one day for the whole family, just in case.