Temperatures wont fall much at all tonight with a low not far from 0°C. Another warm one tomorrow with a high above zero again. Unfortunately, it looks like we may stay on the cloudy side with just a few breaks in the cloud possible.
Staying mild for Saturday. However, a slightly stronger clipper system could bring some accumulative snow on Saturday into Saturday night. It will be a quick system so a quick 2-5 cm is possible. Will update in the comments if things change...
|NAM simulated radar for 6pm Saturday, showing the forecast snows in southern Manitoba|
Brief cool down for Sunday before we get back into the warmth until Wednesday.
Unfortunately, it is becoming more apparent that a more major cool down might begin by Thursday (29th). Frigid temperatures may greet us into February. However, I am not yet convinced this cool down will last terribly long. As usual, will keep you up to date.