Winnipeg will see very pleasant December weather this week as mild air floods across the region.
Winnipeg will see temperatures climb well above seasonal values as mild air floods eastwards across the Prairies. Today will bring the most sunshine of the next few to the city with nary a cloud in the sky. Temperatures will climb to a high near -6°C with light winds. The city will see increasing cloudiness tonight with temperatures dipping to a low near -11°C.
Tuesday will bring mainly cloudy skies to the city with a high once again near -6°C. Winds will be out of the south at 10 to 20 km/h. A weak upper trough moving through on Tuesday evening will bring a chance for a bit of light snow and usher in slightly milder temperatures. Under mostly cloudy skies Winnipeg will head to a low near -8°C on Tuesday night.
Wednesday will bring more cloud cover to the city, but temperatures will climb to a seasonally balmy -3°C. Winds will be out of the south at 15 to 25 km/h. A stronger trough of low pressure moving through on Wednesday evening will bring another chance for some light snow to the region as temperatures remain steady near -3°C.
Long Range Outlook
The remainder of the week continues to see very mild conditions remain over southern Manitoba. Daytime highs will climb towards 0°C by the end of the week with variable cloudiness through the second half. No major snowfall events are on the horizon.
Winnipeg’s seasonal daytime high is currently -9°C while the seasonal overnight low is -19°C.