Sunday, January 04, 2009
Get ready for a COLD start to the work week
Monday will be back to work and school for many people who have enjoyed holiday time over the past two weeks. And the weather won't make it any easier to get back into the routine Monday morning as a very cold Arctic airmass moves in over southern MB tonight. Temperatures are expected to drop into the mid minus 30s tonight, with windchill vales of minus 40 to minus 45. Thankfully, winds will be dropping off tonight, with light winds expected Monday. But with clear skies, this will allow temperatures to drop to some of the coldest readings so far this season. In fact, last night the same ridge brought -40C temperatures to western SK including Saskatoon. Temperatures aren't expected to get quite as cold over southern MB tonight since the coldest core will be moving off overnight, however it will certainly be a cold start Monday morning regardless. Bundle up!
Posted by rob at 3:39 PM