Your Skywatch Weather Forecast
After a fabulous day on Monday with temperatures above freezing in southern Manitoba, Tuesday will be cooler. But it will still feel relatively mild today, all things considered this winter. There’s a good chance a mild disturbance passing through will bring light snow or flurries across the south today and this evening. We could see a few flurries in Winnipeg this afternoon, but they should taper off later in the day. There’s a slight chance of more flurries this evening in Winnipeg with partly cloudy skies. But high pressure moving in with plunge the overnight low down into the -20s with a wind chill making it feel around -30. But we will rebound nicely on Wednesday. We’ll stay a few degrees below freezing in Winnipeg, but other regions in the southwest and parts of the south central and northwest regions and could rise above it. We’ll catch up here in the city on Thursday with a daytime high expected to climb a couple of degrees above freezing.