Saturday morning was another frosty morning over much of Southern Manitoba as temperatures dipped to the freezing mark or lower in many areas. Winnipeg was spared the frost due to a light easterly wind off the city that kept temperatures above zero at the Winnipeg airport.
Temperatures however warmed nicely during the day under glorious blue skies and light east winds that made afternoon highs of 19C seem even warmer.
More of the fine fall weather is in store over the next few days as a ridge of high pressure slowly moves east allowing a return southerly flow of warmer air to move into Southern Manitoba. Look for highs in the low to mid twenties through mid week before cooler and unsettled conditions move in for the end of the week.