The southeast corner of our province could see up to 12 centimetres of snow over the next 24 hours.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement. It says a developing low-pressure system from Idaho and Wyoming is expected to bring five to 10 centimetres of snow over the region tonight and tomorrow. And though accumulations are not expected to reach 10 centimetres for most areas, there is a moderate chance that the southeast corner near Sprague, Buffalo Point and the Northwest Angle will see accumulations of 10 to 12 centimetres.

Environment Canada warns that motorists on Highway 12 near Sprague eastward and southward toward the U.S. border may see substantially reduced visibilities and snow accumulations on the highway making driving very difficult.

Motorists are encouraged to have a survival kit on hand. 

Meanwhile, in Steinbach, only five centimetres of snow is expected.