Your Skywatch Weather Forecast
Very mild temperatures above freezing return to Winnipeg and the southeast and just below freezing to the southwest on Monday. Mild, stagnant air has triggered a freezing drizzle advisory across the southwest that’s likely to last into this evening. And here in the southeast, we could see anything today and tonight from snow, to flurries, drizzle, freezing drizzle or even rain. The bottom line: Road and sidewalk conditions could be icy or slippery. Light snow is passing across northern Manitoba today, too. Ahead on Tuesday, Winnipeg will be cloudy with a small chance of flurries. The temperature will remain steady through the day. We’ll see more a mix of sun and cloud on Christmas Eve on Wednesday. Christmas Day on Thursday will be sunny and the last of the mild days. If you’re an early morning Boxing Day shopper, brace yourself for much colder temperatures by Friday.