After an all too brief respite from the cold Saturday, frigid Arctic air has returned to southern MB. And if you though today was cold, wait for tomorrow when an even colder shot of Arctic air (if that's possible) will be flooding into Southern MB along with bitter windchills. Temperatures will struggle to -27C through the day Tuesday, and north winds of 30 to 40 km/h will result in windchills of -45 much of the day. Yuk.. I thought we were through with this stuff.
The below normal temperatures will persist into Thursday but then a warming trend is expected by the end of the week, as this cold Arctic airmass pushes east, and we get a milder Pacific airmass moving in from the west. The good news is that once this mild airmass moves in, it should last for a few days (through the weekend into early next week).. not just one afternoon!