Sunday, January 02, 2011
Cold and quiet start to the New Year
It's a cold and quiet start to the new year as Arctic high pressure builds over the Prairies. This ridge will give mainly sunny conditions and seasonably cold temperatures over the next couple of days. Luckily, winds will be light today and Monday so windchill should not be an issue. A weak clipper system will bring a chance of some light snow to southern MB by Wednesday into Thursday followed by clearing and cold conditions for the end of the week into the weekend. Long range guidance is indicating a spell of below normal temperatures next week with little in the way of major storm systems affecting southern MB. Mid winter weather is here.
Posted by rob at 12:09 PM