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CTV News Winnipeg Skywatch Weather Blog - Wednesday, October 28, 2020
The perfect storm of rain, snow, strong winds and temperatures hovering around zero, combined to make this morning's commute very slippery on southern Manitoba highways. Visibility was reduced in some areas, too.
That system has now moved on, but we're left with strong north winds in its wake today in Winnipeg and the Red River Valley.
Meanwhile, the southwest is still dealing with on again, off again light snow with the threat of freezing drizzle. So best to watch for slippery roads, highways and sidewalks this afternoon, too, across all of the south.
As for the north, pretty much every region has a low to moderate chance of flurries today and tonight. By Thursday, a trough passing through will spread some light snow.
Ahead tonight, patchy fog will likely develop across the south, including Winnipeg, as a ridge of high pressure builds in and clears out much of today's clouds.
Looking ahead to the weekend, a low pressure system on the prairies Friday night into Saturday could spread rain or snow and strong winds on Halloween on Saturday in the south.
Then don't forget to fall back with the time change early Sunday morning.