Lots of sun this morning in the Winnipeg area, but we'll see some increasing cloud for this afternoon. Weak clipper system will bring a few flurries late this afternoon and evening, but little accumulation is expected. Today will be the colder day for the next few days with temperatures remaining below zero.
Clearing early in the morning tomorrow, giving way to a fairly sunny day. We'll likely exceed the freezing mark and reach around 1°C or so. Winds will be light.
Monday looks to be the warmer day. Lots of sunshine and a favourable southwesterly wind will allow for a very mild day. Difficult to say how warm we will get because of the remaining snow pack. I suspect it will be warmer within city limits than over the snow covered fields outside the city and at the airport. Nonetheless, highs between 4 and 7°C are possible. This will allow for significant melting of the snow pack, especially if the abundant sunshine comes true. Locally, highs getting close to the double digits are possible in the traditionally warmer areas near the escarpment southwest of the city.
Remaining mild for the remainder of the week with highs near or above zero. Keep in mind that the quicker we can get rid of the snow pack, the easier it will be to get even warmer temperatures.
No major snowfalls are expected for the next couple weeks.