Environment Canada is expecting a dumping of up to 15 cm of snow tomorrow what they're referring to as an Alberta Clipper.
Weather across the prairies in 2016 has been an interesting one, with up until now uncharacteristically warm temperatures.
Warning Preparedness Meteorologist for Environment Canada John Paul Cragg feels the warm temperatures were brought on by one major factor.
"The reason why there was the warm temperatures across the prairies for last winter and the spring was because of the super El Niño, with this super El Niño we had a very warm winter well above average across Manitoba and a warm spring."
Environment Canada also says the Alberta Clipper could drop as much as 10 cm in parts of Saskatchewan.