Travel Alerts

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April 16 Travel Advisories

  • Arviat
  • Rankin Inlet
  • Chesterfield Inlet
  • Naujaat
  • Whale Cove
  • Flin Flon

Please follow the directions listed in the travel advisory. This may cause delays or cancellations.

All our customers have the flexibility to cancel their reservation without penalty or to change their flights with no additional cost if flights are affected by weather or weather warnings (subject to space availability). If you wish to make changes to your reservation, please contact our Reservations team by calling 1-800-839-2256.

If you have made a reservation through a travel agent, please contact your travel agent directly.


4:44 AM CDT Tuesday 16 April 2024

Significant rain and snow on the way, beginning Tuesday and continuing through Thursday. A large, slow moving low pressure system will begin to impact northern Manitoba on Tuesday. Precipitation is expected to begin as rain Tuesday and transition to snow for most areas on Wednesday. After this transition, the snow will continue until late Thursday. There is the potential for notable rainfall and snowfall amounts with 20 to 40 mm of total precipitation expected for the three day period. While there is growing certainty as to an overall area of these higher amounts, it remains less certain when rain will give way to accumulating snow. This will greatly impact individual rainfall and snowfall amounts. Current indications show more northerly communities such as Lynn Lake, Thompson, Gillam and Flin Flon are more likely to receive mainly snow tonight and Wednesday, while further south toward The Pas and Norway House the event will begin as accumulating rain and shift towards snow as the event progresses. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to or tweet reports using #MBStorm.