A record high minimum was broken yesterday in Winnipeg. The minimum was just -0.5°C, smashing the old record of -3.9°C in 1877!! It is possible we may break another high minimum record today as well (old record -2.8°C in 2002).
Thick fog has developed this morning and is expected to redevelop again tonight into tomorrow morning. Temperatures will remain within about 2-3°C from the freezing mark today and tomorrow. However, a cool down is expected by tomorrow night with temperatures returning to near seasonal for early-mid week. Some flurries will also be possible Sunday into Monday, but we're not expecting much accumulation.
Overall, it looks like we wont be too far from seasonal through to Christmas with values around or slightly above normal. There are hints of getting back into colder weather closer to the end of the month, but it's too far to say how cold.
The current weather pattern does not favour any major snowstorms for the foreseeable future with only a few light snowfalls at times.