Blast Of Extreme Cold In Southern Manitoba
MANITOBA — A blast of frigid air in southern Manitoba as we end this work week.
The temperature will remain steady before climbing up to -3 C next week.
Periods of light snow ending Tuesday afternoon, then a small blip of sunshine.
Blowing snow and a northwest wind gusting up to 50-kilometres an hour.
We’re looking at a high of -16 C, but feeling more like -30 C with the windchill.
Partly cloudy with a chance of flurries overnight.
A northwest wind will gust up to 50-clicks.
A low of -27 C overnight with the windchill near -39 C.
Clearing Wednesday morning in Winnipeg and southern Manitoba.
Wind from the west at 20-clicks.
We should reach a high of -21 C with a windchill of -39 C.
Increasing cloudiness and cooler overnight with a low of -23 C.
Sunny Thursday in southern Manitoba.
Looking for a high of -21 C.
Clear and dropping to a low of -28 C.
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—Andrew McCrea, MyToba News