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CTV News Winnipeg Skywatch Weather Blog - Sunday, February 28, 2021
Flurries could come down this afternoon in the Winnipeg region where the daytime high will be -12C. Winds coming in from the northwest, which may blow as strongly as 40km/hour, will make that feel more like -23C. There's a chance of flurries heading into the evening but the cloud cover should start clearing up as the night goes on. Expect very cold winds overnight so make sure to bundle up if you are outside.
Speaking of the need to bundle up, extreme cold warnings are still in effect in several regions of northern Manitoba with wind chill values bringing in temperatures that feel below -40C. Those extremely frigid temperatures will moderate into the afternoon but still expect temperatures feeling like -35C or below. In other words, incredibly cold!
Across the rest of the province folks can expect daytime temperatures ranging from about -15C to -20C, which is a bit colder than normal for this time of year.
Heading into tomorrow, most parts of the province (particularly northern and central Manitoba) can expect some light-to-moderate snowfall.
Here in the Winnipeg area, Monday we're expected to get a mix of sun and clouds with very strong winds making an expected high of -12C feel more like -37C. But there is a glimmer of hope amid the cold! Daytime temperatures are set to hover around the 0C mark once Tuesday hits and stay that warm for the rest of the week.