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Road Closures: Manitoba Marathon

September 1,  — 

The annual Manitoba Marathon returns to Fort Garry campus on Sunday, September 5.

Extra road closures will be in effect throughout the weekend to accommodate the event.

Access to campus will remain open on September 4 however, Chancellor Matheson will be closed to vehicle traffic from Research Road to University Crescent from approximately a.m. to p.m. to accommodate set-up for race day. There&#;s no closure on University Crescent and unrestricted access to campus will be available throughout via Research Road and Innovation Drive.

Access to campus will remain open on September 5 however, Chancellor Matheson will be closed to vehicle traffic from Research Road to University Crescent starting at approximately a.m. Chancellor Matheson South lanes will reopen at approximately p.m. and Chancellor Matheson North lanes will open at approximately p.m. University Crescent at Pembina Hwy to Chancellor Matheson will be closed starting at approximately a.m. and will reopen at approximately 4 p.m. Unrestricted access to campus will be available throughout the event via Research Road and Innovation Drive.

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Many Manitoba schools closed due to unsafe roads in wake of storm

A two-day snowstorm that clobbered Manitoba has finally moved out but it has left icy, dangerous roads in its wake and forced many school closures on Wednesday.

Winnipeggers have been left to dig out from centimetres of snow that blanketed what had been clear, dry ground.

Overnight temperatures that fell well into the minus temperatures and daytime highs around zero have been a sudden shift from double-digit temperatures on the weekend.

To the west of Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie and Brandon had 12 cm of snow, while Virden received 10 cm. Further north of there, Minitonas got 20 cm.

A spokesperson with Environment Canada believes the Riding Mountain region received closer to 30 cm but the weather agency has been unable to get any measurements from the area. It relies on volunteers to report snowfall amounts.

No measurements have come in from central Manitoba or from the Pinawa, Lac du Bonnet or Beausejour areas.

The colder temperatures have turned some of the snow into ice and crust.

The province is reporting many highways are covered or partly covered with snow, while the conditions have shut down the Trans-Canada Highway between Virden and the Saskatchewan border.

Multiple crashes Tuesday night and into Wednesday have also led to closures on several other sections of highway.

The following school divisions have cancelled classes for Wednesday:

  • Red River Valley.
  • Prairie Rose.
  • Sunrise.
  • Seine River.
  • Lakeshore.
  • Fort La Bosse.

Temperatures in communities along the storm's swath — in central and southern Manitoba — will stay close to the freezing mark on Thursday and begin to rise over the next few days as the sun returns, Environment Canada forecasts.

The normal high in Winnipeg for this time of year is 10 C but it'll take a bit of time to get back there.

Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 4 C on Thursday, 6 C on Friday and 9 C on Saturday. Temperatures dip back down to 4 C again to start the new week.

Winter blast: Blizzard causing chaos on Manitoba highways

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