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AWCN11 CWWG 281721  
WEATHER SUMMARY  
FOR MANITOBA  
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA  
AT 11:21 A.M. CST TUESDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2017.  
 
DISCUSSION.  
 
A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVED THROUGH MANITOBA OVERNIGHT AND BROUGHT  
HEAVY SNOW AND FREEZING DRIZZLE TO CENTRAL AND NORTHERN SECTIONS OF  
THE PROVINCE. SOME AREAS SAW SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS EXCEED 10  
CENTIMETRES.  
 
ADDITIONALLY, STRONG WIND CONDITIONS WERE EXPERIENCED OVER SOUTHERN  
MANITOBA OVERNIGHT FOLLOWING THE PASSAGE OF A COLD FRONT.  
 
THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF WEATHER EVENT INFORMATION RECEIVED BY  
ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE CANADA AS OF 10:00 CST NOVEMBER 28,  
2017.  
 
SUMMARY OF SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS IN CENTIMETRES:  
 
LYNN LAKE 11  
THOMPSON 10  
 
SUMMARY OF WIND GUSTS SPEEDS IN KILOMETERS PER HOUR:  
 
GRANDVIEW 101  
DAUPHIN 96  
STE ROSE 91  
VICTORIA BEACH 91  
LAURIER 91  
DRIFTING RIVER 90  
FORK RIVER 87  
ROBLIN 87  
OAK POINT MARINE 85  
NEWDALE 84  
WASAGAMING 83  
SHOAL LAKE 83  
HOLLAND 82  
BERENS RIVER 80  
PORTAGE SOUTHPORT 80  
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL  
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.  
 
END/PASPC  
 
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