A northwesterly flow aloft will bring seasonably cool temperatures and variable cloudiness to Winnipeg this week.
There won’t be too much of a change in the weather over the next few days as cooler conditions settle in behind the blast furnace the city saw on Friday. Temperatures over the next three days will be consistent with highs near 20°C and lows of 5 to 10°C.
Both today and Wednesday will bring just a few clouds to the city, but Tuesday will bring more cloud as a shortwave moves through. A few showers or perhaps even an isolated thundershower will move into the Red River Valley on Tuesday afternoon, but might stay west and south of the city.
Winds will also be fairly consistent over the next few days. Winds will increase out of the northwest or north into the 20 to 30 km/h range each day and diminish at night.
Long Range Outlook
The rest of the work week will bring more of the same to Winnipeg with highs continuing in the low 20s and variable cloudiness. Temperatures will warm up slightly for the weekend, but no major changes are forecast.
Today’s seasonal daytime high in Winnipeg is 23°C while the seasonal overnight low is 10°C.