Alerts for: Minnedosa - Neepawa - Russell - Riding Mountain National Park


10:33 AM CST Monday 22 December 2014
Freezing Drizzle Advisory in effect for:

  • Municipality of Shoal Lake including Shoal Lake and Oakburn
  • R.M. of Archie including McAuley Manson and Willen
  • R.M. of Birtle including Foxwarren and Solsgirth
  • R.M. of Blanshard including Oak River and Cardale
  • R.M. of Clanwilliam including Erickson
  • R.M. of Ellice including St-Lazare
  • R.M. of Hamiota including McConnell and Lavinia
  • R.M. of Harrison including Sandy Lake and Newdale
  • R.M. of Langford including Neepawa and Hallboro
  • R.M. of Miniota including Miniota and Bird Tail Creek Res.
  • R.M. of Minto including Minnedosa and Clanwilliam
  • R.M. of Odanah south of Minnedosa including Moore Park
  • R.M. of Park including Onanole
  • R.M. of Rosedale including Eden and Kelwood
  • R.M. of Rossburn including Waywayseecappo Res.
  • R.M. of Russell including Binscarth and Gambler Res.
  • R.M. of Saskatchewan including Rapid City and Basswood
  • R.M. of Silver Creek including Angusville and Silverton
  • R.M. of Strathclair including Strathclair and Elphinstone
  • Riding Mountain Nat. Park

Areas of freezing drizzle are expected or occuring.

Areas of freezing drizzle and fog are occurring over southwest Manitoba and southeast Saskatchewan this morning. Little change is expected through today into tonight as this moist and stagnant airmass persists over the regions with temperatures remaining below freezing.

Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery. Freezing drizzle can produce thin, hard to detect layers of ice. Take extra care when walking or driving in affected areas.

Weather Advisories for Freezing Drizzle are issued when drizzle falling in sub zero temperatures is expected to freeze on contact, and over time create icy surfaces.

Environment Canada meteorologists will update alerts as required. Please continue to monitor your local media or Weatheradio for further updates. If you would like to report severe weather, you can call 1-800-239-0484 or send an email to or tweet reports to #MBStorm.

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