Thursday, 5 October 2017

First Hard Freeze at Winnipeg Airport

The first hard freeze of the season occurred at Winnipeg Airport this morning with a low of -2.2°C. This is four days later than the normal date of October 1. As the map below shows, most of the city did not freeze, with lows above freezing. The Forks only dropped to 4.8°C. Outside the city, most areas froze.

Some patchy frost is possible again tonight but lows don`t look to be as cold. The next few days actually look quite nice across southern Manitoba with lots of sunshine and seasonal to above seasonal temperatures. Highs in the mid to high teens are anticipated. A slight and brief cool down is expected in the second half of the weekend and to start next week. There is also not much precipitation in the forecast over the next 7 days. A few showers are possible over the weekend with the best chance being on Saturday. Accumulations, if any, look minimal.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Monthly Summaries

I will now be posting a monthly summary at the end of every month on my record books website. The link is below:

Please feel free to leave comments and suggestions in the comments section here or in the record books website.