Cloudy, seasonably mild conditions will continue through the weekend in Winnipeg.
Little change in Winnipeg’s forecast is on the horizon as a general pattern of upper-level ridging continues. Winds will pick up into the 20 to 30 km/h range on Saturday as a weak low moves towards the province. Otherwise, winds will keep light out of the south-southeast right through the weekend. Highs will hover around -6°C over the next few days with lows gradually warming.
The downside to the warm weather will be the persistent cloud over the region. While the occasional sunny break is possible over the next few days, largely cloudy conditions will persist right through the weekend. No notable precipitation is forecast in the next few days.
Long Range Outlook
Temperatures will stay mild right through next week, possibly even nudging towards the freezing mark. There may be a few chances of flurries, but it doesn’t appear that there will be any chances of accumulating snow.
Today’s seasonal daytime high in Winnipeg is -12°C while the seasonal overnight low is -23°C.