Forecasters are watching a weather system that is projected to move through the northern U.S. plains and could possibly impact southeastern Manitoba from Sunday night through Tuesday morning as it tracks through the Dakotas and Minnesota. 

While it looks like the heaviest snowfall will likely stay south of the border, confidence is growing for the Southeast to get approximately 10 centimeters of snow. 

At this time, it looks like around 2-3 cm of snow is expected for Steinbach on Monday with 5-6 cm to fall on Tuesday. 

A north wind is expected during this time with gusts up to 40 km/h. 

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The U.S. National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Watches for parts of North Dakota and Minnesota. 

There is still a lot of uncertainty regarding this storm and forecasters will keep a close eye on it during the weekend as the system approaches Manitoba. 

Some models are suggesting it will ultimately track too far south and east to be much of a concern here.