The province is advising the public that snow removal crews are equipped and ready to clear highways in response to snow in the forecast for much of Manitoba.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is advising Manitobans to take precautions and prepare for a major spring snowstorm expected to impact southern and southeastern Manitoba starting April 4 at around 6pm and ending early Thursday, April 6 in the morning.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre has released the 2022 Manitoba Basins Fall Conditions Report, which indicates soil moisture levels at the time of freeze-up are near normal or below normal in most Manitoba basins.
Heavy snowfall has fallen across areas of the province and motorists are reminded to adjust their driving for winter road conditions and to remain alert when following or approaching oncoming highway snowplows.
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Doyle Piwniuk announced that the Hydrologic Forecast Centre has released its 2022 Summer Conditions Report.
With above-normal temperatures expected across most of southern Manitoba starting Saturday, June 18, and continuing over the weekend into early next week, Manitoba Health advises everyone is at risk from the effects of heat.
The Manitoba RCMP continually assessed highway conditions overnight and continue to monitor this morning. Anticipated widespread highway closures across southern Manitoba were not required as originally anticipated.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is advising Manitobans to take precautions and prepare for a major spring blizzard expected to impact southern and central Manitoba starting today.
Starting Monday, a mix of rain and snow, with potentially significant amounts, is on tap for the Red River Valley eastward to the Ontario border, according to Environment Canada.