Prairie snows linger into the work week, here's where.
Monday, April 24, 2017, 6:46 AM - The weekend was a snowy one for parts of the Prairies, and there will still be a few flakes to fall on Monday for areas further to the east.
Light snow continues overnight from Edmonton to southern Saskatchewan, bringing roughly 5 cm to Edmonton by roughly 4 a.m. CST.
Snowfall warnings and special weather statements remain in effect for extreme southeastern Manitoba Monday morning. An additional 5 to 10 cm is expected through Monday, beginning during the morning hours and ending by night.
Some 10 cm has fallen on the capital Edmonton, and another 2-5 cm is left, though mostly falling in the form of weak flurries over the next couple of days.
No snowfall warnings remain in the province, nor in neighbouring Saskatchewan, where an additional 2-5 cm is set to fall through to Monday morning.
However, parts of Manitoba and northern Ontario are in line for a shot of snow to start off the new week.
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"There's uncertainty with the track of the low heading into northwestern Ontario, giving the chance for some accumulating snow around 10 cm for southeastern portions of Manitoba, lesser amounts into Winnipeg," Weather Network meteorologist Matt Grinter said Sunday.
A cooler trend dominates for much of next week, with temperatures expected to be below seasonal.