The first snow of the season fell on Sunday in Manitoba, with the Canadian Rockies and Saskatchewan regions also reporting some snowfall.
The heavy snowpack in the northern parts of the country is also expected to remain at the same levels as the weekend, according to the weather agency.
But the snowfall will likely fade after some snow accumulations are met with the rest of the year.
The snowfall was expected to fall on the same time that a new storm system passed through the region.
The weather agency in Manitoba says the weather system, which was initially dubbed the Mackenzie-Lachlan, has moved northeast to the northwest and is expected to return to the area early next week.
The Mackenzie River, the main source of fresh water for the region, has been low for a week, so much so that the river was expected downstream to be completely covered.
The area around the river, including parts of Moose Jaw and Portage La Prairie, has seen a large influx of people since the storm.
The water is now being used for drinking, cooking and other uses.
This is the second storm system to hit Manitoba since Monday.
The first was a Category 5 storm that killed five people and caused damage to a hospital and several power lines.