It's beginning to not only feel like winter, but look it as well after about 3 cm of snow yesterday in Winnipeg. Some light flurry activity remains downwind of the lakes this morning. We will not warm much today with a high only around -9°C, a good 8°C or so below normal.
Our next chance for more snow accumulation will be tomorrow night as a weak disturbance moves through. Not expecting much accumulation with this one with maybe 1-2 cm at most from Tuesday evening to Wednesday afternoon. In addition, strong northwest winds on Wednesday will produce blowing and drifting snow.
A push of colder air will arrive for Thursday. If we get enough clearing, lows approaching -20°C cannot be ruled out Thursday morning. We'll likely only reach high minus teens (around -11°C or so) Thursday afternoon. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel... A warmup is expected to begin Friday. However, this may come with a chance for more snowfall this weekend (too early to confirm). Nonetheless, it is nice to see more seasonal temperatures in the forecast for the end of November and possibly into early December.
Note that the temperatures we have been seeing the last week will be considered normal by the first week of December.