Cooling Down for Awhile

Conditions will cool down this week, but temperatures won’t stray that far from normal.


A cold front will pass through southern Manitoba on Monday
A cold front will pass through southern Manitoba on Monday

Monday

Monday
10°C / 2°C
Mix of sun and cloud

Today will be a transition day as a cold front moves through southern Manitoba. The front won’t pass through in dramatic fashion, so you probably won’t even notice it. However, it will set up cooler weather for the next few days. Despite the passage of that front, temperatures today will remain above seasonal, with highs near 10C and light winds.

Tuesday

Tuesday
4°C / 0°C
Mainly cloudy with chance of showers or flurries

Tuesday will be a much cooler day in the wake of Monday’s cold front. High temperatures will be in the single digits with a breezy north-west wind. There may be some light showers or even gasp flurries during the day, but accumulations should be minimal.

Wednesday

Wednesday
5°C / -2°C
Mainly cloudy

Wednesday will remain on the cool side with temperatures remaining in the single digits. No precipitation is expected, but skies will likely be mainly cloudy. The wind will be light and from the south or south-east.

Long Range

The long range forecast continues to look good. The NAEFS suggests that above-normal weather will persist into November. So far there is no sign of any significant snowfall in the forecast, which is always a good thing!

Scott

Scott

Scott grew up in Steinbach, Manitoba and joined A Weather Moment in January of 2012. Prior to his involvement with AWM he operated a website called Steinbach Weather, from 2007 until 2011. Steinbach Weather had many similarities to AWM, making for a smooth transition to his new meteorological home. Scott currently writes the Monday morning at AWM and also contributes to some of the unique products available at AWM, including the Manitoba Mesonet. Scott holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Physical Geography from the University of Manitoba, with specialization in Atmospheric Science. He is currently working on a Master’s Degree at the University of Manitoba, with a focus on elevated convection.