The coldest areas overnight were in the Interlake and east of the RRV and east of Lake Winnipeg where lows below -20°C were common. The coldest spot in southern Manitoba, according to Environment Canada's stations, was -24.4°C in Berens River. This broke their 105 year old record of -21.7°C in 1909. The following map shows some of the lows this morning along with the record lows which are according to Environment Canada:
There is the potential for a record low Thursday morning with a low around -13°C expected. Old record low is -13.3°C in 1953. Old record low maximum is also -3.3°C in 1953 which we will come close to as well.
Beyond that, a clipper system is possible for Saturday into Saturday night. It doesn't look overly significant, but some rain and snow are possible. It's too early to confirm amounts and dominant precipitation type.
Otherwise, some warmer weather is expected for the long weekend and into next week.