Warm In Southern Manitoba, Windchills Up North
WINNIPEG, MB. — Balmy temperatures continue across southern Manitoba all the way up to Thompson.
Unfortunately, a bitter windchill there Saturday will make it much less enjoyable than in the south.
Increasing cloudiness Saturday in Winnipeg.
Wind out of the south at 20-kilometres an hour in the early afternoon.
Reaching for a high of -1 C Saturday.
Clearing overnight with a low of -2 C.
Increasing cloudiness early Saturday morning in Brandon.
Wind out of the southeast at 20-clicks in the afternoon.
Looking for a high of -1 C.
Cloudy with a chance of showers.
Dropping to a low of -2 C.
The Pas will see increasing cloudiness Saturday morning.
The wind will be out of the southeast at 30-clicks early in the afternoon.
Reaching for a high of -4 C.
Periods of snow or freezing rain overnight into Sunday.
A low of -3 C.
Increasing cloudiness Saturday in Thompson.
A high of -5 C, but feeling more like -31 C with the windchill.
Periods of snow overnight with a low of -6 C.
Increasing cloudiness Saturday morning in Churchill.
Wind out of the southwest at 20-kilometres an hour early in the afternoon.
Reaching for a high of -11 C with a windchill making it feel like -33 C.
Cloudy overnight and a low of -14 C.
For your latest forecast, check MyToba’s My Weather here.
—Andrew McCrea, MyToba News
Photo – Andrew McCrea