Today and Wednesday should be dry and seasonable across southern MB with occasional sunshine and near normal temperatures. On Thursday an Alberta clipper system is forecast to track across the Interlake bringing a threat of snow to the south (maybe a couple of cm) with a better chance of accumulating snow through the Interlake and central MB. Drier and briefly colder air will move in for Friday before another more intense Alberta clipper system moves across southern MB over the weekend. This system will likely bring another bout of snowfall to southern MB (perhaps 5 cm or so?) over the weekend with a return to colder weather behind the system by Monday of next week.. thanks to yet another dreaded Arctic high from the Yukon pushing a new surge of Arctic air across the Prairies. This will likely result in below normal temperatures for the first week of March..