It may be the middle of March, but it doesn't seem like winter is going anywhere.
Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for the southwest corner of the province Saturday.
About 10 to 20 centimetres of snow are expected to fall in the Brandon, Gladstone, and Dauphin areas, as well as in the areas on the Saskatchewan and United States borders by Monday morning.
The storm is supposed to move into Manitoba from Saskatchewan on Sunday.
Along with the snow, Environment Canada said gusty winds will produce blowing snow and reduce visibility in some areas late Sunday, which could make for poor driving conditions.
No heavy snow is expected in the Winnipeg or southeast areas, but those regions may be hit by strong winds.
People who have to travel in the affected areas should keep an eye on road conditions before they head out.