With a low of -26.8°C this morning at Winnipeg airport, it was the coldest November night since November 26, 1996 when we dipped to -27.9°C. This also means we have 2 winners in the poll I made yesterday. There were 2 votes for a low of -25.0°C to -26.9°C and 2 votes for -24.0°C to -25.9°C. Congrats to you two.
Official lows from this morning across southern Manitoba:
The Pas -32.5°C (record, 47 years old)
Shoal Lake -31.0°C
Pilot Mound -29.2°C
Melita -28.0°C (record, 10 years old)
Lows this morning in Saskatchewan:
Prince Alberta -35.8°C
Nipawin -35.1°C (record, 28 years old)
La Ronge -33.9°C
Broadview -32.4°C (record, 62 years old)
Weyburn -30.9°C (record, 28 years old)
Moose Jaw -30.1°C
Prince Albert did not break a record because the old record was -45.0°C in 1884!