The Chill Returns

We’ll see a return to colder weather this week, though it won’t be quite as bad as what we saw earlier this month.

A large arctic high will bring colder weather to southern Manitoba early this week. The arrows indicate the clockwise circulation around the high.

A large arctic high will bring colder weather to southern Manitoba early this week. The arrows indicate the clockwise circulation around the high.

Monday

Monday

Clearing
-22°C / -30°C

Today will be our coldest day in awhile. High temperatures will remain stuck in the minus twenties, with a breezy north-west wind. As a result, wind chill values will remain in the -30s for most, if not the entire day. But on the bright side we’ll see sunny skies return, as the lingering cloud cover clears out during the day.

Tuesday

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy. Chance of flurries.
-16°C / -23°C

It looks like we’ll see a slight warm-up for Tuesday with temperatures climbing into the minus teens. The wind will also be light, making it a decent day overall. We may see a few flurries on Tuesday, but they won’t amount to anything of great significance.

Wednesday

Wednesday

Mainly Sunny
-21°C / -31°C

The weather will turn cold again on Wednesday as another arctic high drops south into the region. High temperatures on Wednesday will once again remain in the minus twenties. It also looks to be a somewhat windy day, generating chilly wind chill values in the -30s yet again.

Long Range

The long range forecast continues to look very up and down. Models suggest we’ll see more cold weather over the next 7-10 days, but also some warm days mixed in here and there. No major weather systems are in the forecast, but we’ll likely see little systems bring us small dumps of snow every once and awhile.

Brad

Brad

Brad lives in Winnipeg with his wife and two children and is the founder of A Weather Moment. He has loved weather from a very young age and has followed that passion through his life so far. He received a B.Sc. in Earth Sciences with Specialization in Atmospheric Sciences and is currently employed in the field of meteorology.You can find the author as @WeatherInThePeg on Twitter.