CTV News Winnipeg Skywatch Weather Blog - Wednesday, September 30, 2020
It is a blustery end to the month of September today across Manitoba. A trough and associated cold front is bringing showers to central and southern Manitoba this afternoon. Some areas in the north are even seeing September flurries.
In Winnipeg and southeastern Manitoba, there is also the risk of thunderstorms. And there is even the potential for waterspouts to form on the Manitoba lakes, especially on the south basin of Lake Winnipeg.
And if that's not enough, strong northwest winds are causing temperatures to fall across the north this afternoon, even as far south as Swan River.
AND.... there is a very strong chance of frost overnight in western Manitoba with the risk of it here in the southeast.
That brings us to the first day of October on Thursday. Strong winds continuing from the north will ensure a cool start to the month. Daytime highs in the south won't even reach double digits!