We just have to get through one more miserable day. It will be mainly cloudy with highs only around 0°C in Winnipeg today. Winds will be lighter than it was on the weekend, but it will still be a little breezy from the north. A few snowflakes may be seen at times again as well.
Skies will begin to clear out this evening, giving way to a few days of warmth and sunshine ahead. Although, we will also have to get through one more cold night tonight. The high pressure centre will move through southern Manitoba tonight. As a result, light winds and clear skies will allow temperatures to drop between -10°C and -15°C. BRR!
With plenty of sunshine and light winds tomorrow, things will rebound quickly to around 7 or 8°C.
It will get even warmer Thursday, with temperatures getting back to what we have become accustomed to (or spoiled with!). Expect highs around 15°C, but there will be a small price to pay. Winds will also be picking up from the southeast, with sustained winds around 30, and gusts up to 50 km/h possible. Most of Thursday will feature crystal clear skies, although cloud will begin to increase later in the afternoon, and especially by evening. That's where we have to talk about a potential storm Thursday night through to early Saturday. It's a little far off right now, but it could be a good rain maker, and possibly a few rumbles of thunder. Stay tuned for updates.