The residents in parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba are under blizzard warnings on Wednesday as the storm moves towards northwestern Ontario. CBC News offered a day-by-day breakdown of what could possibly be one of the worst storms in decades. Environment Canada released blizzard warnings for southeastern Saskatchewan and Southern Manitoba.
According to the environmental agency there are winter storm warnings for other parts in Manitoba and Ontario. Travel conditions are predicted to worsen as the day goes on. Environment Canada warns motorists that roads in affected areas could become very bad due to snow accumulation and low visibility.
The agency explained that blizzard conditions will quickly develop as the system intensifies, with northerly winds gusting to 60 km/h and snowfall of 25 to 50 centimetres. The RCMP in Manitoba are prepared to close highways if necessary but they already closed some highways.
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