The snow that fell this morning may not have added up to that much but it might turn your afternoon commute into something a little more interesting.
"There is a weak low-pressure system that is moving through going into Manitoba," explained Terri Laing with Environment Canada. "Much of the snow will fall this morning and this afternoon it should be mostly out of the province."
She adds that they are not expecting any significant accumulation. However, it will make for potentially icy driving later today.
"Anytime the temperature is right around the freezing mark, it's always an issue. We know that at the freezing mark, that's when the pavement freezes. So if you get some wet snow on there, snow that maybe had melted yesterday, we know there's a layer of ice on there and you get a little bit of snow on there, you really have a recipe for some icy roads."
"I would encourage people if they're heading out to the highways to please check the Highway Hotline before heading out and see what the conditions are."
Laing added that Environment Canada is predicting another snowfall for later this week.
"We do have a weather system on the way for Thursday into Friday so people if they can just keep their ear towards that to see how the system develops. It looks like quite a significant one that is going to cover most of western Canada. If people have plans, be ready to change them."