The remnant snow from mid week's storm will melt away this weekend as rain and warm temperatures return...
For today, clouds will thicken this afternoon ahead of a clipper system. Although we should reach mid single digits for a high, a very strong south wind will ruin the day. Winds will be sustained up to 50 km/h at times and gusts as high as 60-70 km/h. Rain with the clipper system will begin late this evening and end later in the overnight hours. 4-8 mm looks likely. Note that this system could even bring some weak thunderstorm activity to western North Dakota and southeastern Saskatchewan this afternoon and evening. However, thunder is not expected in Manitoba.
Skies will clear tomorrow morning, giving way to a nice sunny day. Unfortunately, strong northwest winds will somewhat ruin the day again. We should manage to reach mid to high single digits.
A weak system could bring some light showers on Monday. Nonetheless, it looks very mild Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low teens not out of the question if we can get enough sunshine.
Another system is expected for Wednesday-Thursday. There is still some disagreement on precipitation amounts and type. Any precipitation that falls on Wednesday so far looks to be rain as temperatures will be quite mild. Transitioning to snow may occur Wednesday night. Will update in the comments below as things become more certain. One thing's for sure, we will be cooling down again behind the system for late next week.