Your Skywatch Weather Forecast
No less than 10 locations across Manitoba set new records for overnight lows Monday night, from Thompson all the way to Sprague. The upside of the high pressure that caused it, though, is that the clear skies it also created made for great conditions to watch the total lunar eclipse overnight. We’ll see a mix of sun and cloud in Winnipeg and the southeast on Tuesday with temperatures staying mostly below freezing. It will be a cloudier day in the southwest with a chance of flurries. The greatest chance of snow should be around Melita. Meanwhile, the north will enjoy another day in the sun. Ahead tonight, it will be partly cloudy and cold in Winnipeg. On Wednesday, look for the sky to clear out on the way to another high just below freezing. Thursday should be very similar before we finally climb back above the freezing mark on Friday.