It's a frigid, snowy weekend across the Prairies as snowstorms blow from province to province. Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for much of southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan, while much of Alberta continues to dig out from snow that hit late in the week.
Forecasters are predicting heavy, blowing snow for Winnipeg, which could see up to 15 centimetres Saturday and an additional 10 to 20 centimetres overnight.
It snowed most of Friday in Regina, which remains under a winter storm watch, with up to 30 centimetres of snow expected to fall.
In Calgary, the wind chill was -25 C on Saturday morning and temperatures remained well below seasonal in the province for the rest of the day.
Environment Canada says a storm system developing over the American Rockies is to blame.
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