September 28, 2022

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Canada’s Prairies begin to dig out from spring snowstorm but more cold on the way for Easter weekend

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People in parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan can’t escape winter, as they dig themselves out of a nasty spring snowstorm.

In Onanole, Manitoba, northwest of Winnipeg, the area saw almost 90 centimeters fall in a single day. And city officials in Estevan, Saskatchewan are calling it the worst storm they have ever seen.

Heather Yourex-West reports on the cleanup underway and how it’s thrown a wrench into some Easter plans. Plus, Global News meteorologist Anthony Farnell looks at the chilly conditions expected over the long weekend.

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