Low dewpoints along with mostly clear skies and light winds allowed for a rapid temperature drop overnight. The airport dropped to about 6 or 7°C, making it the coldest night since June 5. Some suburbs dropped to 8°C and the downtown area dropped closer to 11°C.
The coldest temperatures were in the Interlake. Here's some lows from a few select communities in southern Manitoba this morning from Manitoba Agriculture:
St. Pierre Jolys 5°C
It's cold enough that there's even a band of lake-effect cloud off Lake Winnipeg:
Daytime highs will only be near 20°C today. Normal high is 26°C and normal low 13°C.