Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Cold and dry next couple of days.. then snow chances and temperatures increase late week into weekend
Cold high pressure building over the Prairies today will bring cold but snowfree conditions today into Thursday over southern Manitoba. Temperatures will be several degrees below normal with highs around minus 10, and lows tonight near -20C, although Wednesday will likely moderate briefly to around -7c. By Thursday evening, a wave of snow will be pushing across southern Manitoba ahead of a warm front that will be moving in from the west. This front will usher in milder air for Friday into the weekend, with temperatures climbing towards the freezing mark. Additional snow is possible Friday night into Saturday as another wave of precipitation pushes across southern Manitoba. Long range guidance is hinting at a possible stronger storm system affecting southern MB Monday bringing in a flow of milder air across the RRV with even some rain possible.
Posted by rob at 1:03 PM