After a rather coolish day today, a warmer day is in store for Friday as a strong southwesterly flow re-establishes itself over southern Manitoba. Temperatures will be warmest in western Manitoba with highs in the high 20's expected. Here in the Winnipeg area, highs in the mid 20's are expected.
A rather potent cold front will slice through southern Manitoba Saturday morning. Strong northerly winds will occur behind this front in the afternoon with sustained winds of 30 to 40 km/h and gusts as high as 50 km/h are expected. Unfortunately, little to no precipitation is expected with this front. Daytime highs in the low 20's will likely be reached in the early afternoon before dropping or steadying for the remainder of the afternoon.
High pressure moves in Sunday morning. As a result, with clear skies and light winds, very chilly morning temperatures are expected. In general, lows between 2 and 5°C are expected across southern Manitoba. Some traditionally cooler areas in western Manitoba may dip as low as 0 to 1°C. Temperatures will be below seasonal in the afternoon with highs in the mid to high teens expected.
Luckily that wont last long as warmer and more humid conditions are expected to return next week.