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A heads up if your travels take you to the southern part of Manitoba on Friday.

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued rainfall warnings for a number of areas in Southern Manitoba, including Winnipeg, Portage, Steinbach and Brandon. 

According to the weather agency, rainfall between 50 and 60 millimetres is expected in these communities as a low-pressure system moves north from the Dakotas

Some communities have already started to feel the impact of the low-pressure system.

areas near the international border received 17 millimetres of rain between midnight and 5 a.m. on Friday.

The Morden-Winkler area was hit with 15 millimetres, while surrounding communities got 10 to 15 millimetres.

There have been reports of snowfall as well, in areas such as Brandon, between Onanole and Erickson, and as far south as Boissevain.

Most of the rain is expected to fall on Friday and will taper off on Friday night and end by midday on Saturday.