It appears Old Man Winter is not finished with us yet. Temperatures dipped to -24.5°C at Winnipeg airport this morning, and we'll likely only reach around -15°C today for a high. Lows dip slightly below -20°C again tonight.
Things get more interesting tomorrow as a clipper system moves in. A strong southerly flow will usher in warmer weather, but will also be accompanied by more snowfall. Snow is expected to begin mid or late afternoon tomorrow and continue in the evening. A quick 3-5 cm is expected. However, with southerly winds of 40 gusting up to 60 km/h, there will be some blowing snow in the RRV.
There is some uncertainty in regards to another clipper system for Monday night. Consensus at this point is for little snowfall in the Winnipeg area, but the NAM weather model is furthest north at this point giving another couple cm. Will keep chances for snow as a result and will have to watch the next few runs. Nonetheless, it looks mild on Monday with highs near zero.
Beyond that, below normal temperatures are expected to prevail, as seen in the NAEFS model image below (basically showing certainty of generally below normal temperatures during the last week of March). There will be some brief warmer periods at times, but generally, winter is not going anywhere anytime soon. There is also the potential for more snow late next week.