A large dome of arctic air will be flooding over the Prairies this week, bringing the coldest weather of the season so far to southern MB. Temperatures this week will likely stay below the -20C mark all week, with the season's first -30C readings predicted for Thursday and Friday mornings. A weak clipper system will bring some clouds and light snow to the RRV Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with a dusting to 2 cm possible. Other than that, generally clear and cold weather is expected this week. A moderating trend is expected by next weekend along with a good chance of more snow. Until then, get ready for some typical Prairie mid-winter cold weather for the next few days..
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