While most Manitoba Hydro customers in the Southeast have power restored after outages Friday night, there are still a few remaining customers in the dark.
The first snowfall of the season dumped wet snow that is still sticking to tree branches and power lines.
There is a chance of scattered flurries throughout the rest of the weekend with a southwest wind at 20 km/h gusting to 40.
With a high today of –5 and a windchill near –15, it does not look like the snow will melt any time soon.
There is more snow in the forecast for Monday with a high of –1.
Highways in the Southeast are reported to be ice-covered or have ice-covered sections.
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