Manitoba braces for “historic” winter storm

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The winter storm watch for southern Manitoba is now a winter storm warning and the province is bracing for what could be the biggest storm in years.

Manitobans rushed to stock up on essential items Tuesday ahead of the storm, leaving shelves bare in many stores.

As Brittany Greenslade reports, the impending storm is already drawing comparisons to a generational spring blizzard from 25 years ago. And Global News meteorologist Ross Hull explains what sets this storm apart and where it could strike hardest.

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