It will be a fairly nice weekend over southern MB this weekend, although brisk winds at times and more cloud cover will make it less pleasant than last weekend when sunny skies and light winds gave ideal conditions for outdoor activities. For this weekend, milder air will try returning on Saturday, but gusty southerly winds and cloud cover will make it feel colder, with temperatures gradually climbing towards the freezing mark by evening. Saturday night should be mild with light winds although a frontal trof crossing southern MB may give a period of light snow to the Red River valley with one or 2 cm possible. Sunday will start off pleasant with mild temperatures (zero to -3c) and light winds. However a cold front will push through by afternoon, bringing increasing northwest winds and falling temperatures in the afternoon and evening.
Monday will be cold with light winds before another Alberta clipper moves through on Tuesday bringing another threat of snow.. possibly 5 cm to southern MB. Colder air will follow in the wake of this system for Wednesday through Friday of next week, with much below normal temperatures. Winter ain't over yet folks..