Tomorrow's system is looking more promising for a decent snowfall in the Red River Valley, including Winnipeg. Steady snows should move in early in the morning tomorrow and last most of the day, tapering off by evening. In contrast to systems last week, this next one should be more difficult to miss. At least 5-10 cm of snow should fall in the Winnipeg area. As usual, I will keep you all up to date in the comments below.
Winds will pick up behind the system tomorrow evening, creating drifting snow in the city and blowing snow in open areas. The strong winds will continue on Wednesday, producing ongoing blowing and drifting in open areas. It will also be quite cold with afternoon temperatures not far from -20°C. A very cold night is expected Wednesday night with lows not far from -30°C possible. Unfortunately, no major warmups, similar to what we saw in January and December, are expected for the next couple weeks.