After a week of almost daily snowfall, the snow has finally eased over Winnipeg and southern MB today although some flurries are still likely today. About 20 cm of snow has fallen over Winnipeg since last Monday although daily snowfalls have generally been 5 cm or less. Now it looks like another low pressure system will move across the central U.S. Plains over the next couple of days, bringing another round of snow over Southern MB Wednesday night into Thursday. Similar to the storm this past weekend, the bulk of the snowfall with this storm is expected to stay mainly south of the international border (note that a winter storm watch is in effect for North Dakota and Minnesota for Wednesday afternoon into Friday with the potential for 30 cm of snow or more). However there will be an area of snow moving into southern MB Wednesday night into Thursday that could bring 5 to 10 cm of snow over and south of the Trans Canada corridor with higher amounts possible if the storm moves a little further north. Stay tuned!