Thursday, December 20, 2012
Quiet weather pattern to persist through Christmas holidays..
Generally quiet weather is expected over southern Manitoba over the next few days and through the Christmas holidays with no major storms forecast over the next little while. Stubborn clouds and occasional light snow has persisted for the past few days, and will linger into Friday before some breaks appear over the weekend into early next week. Occasional light snow is possible at times, especially by Christmas Eve, but significant snow accumulations are not expected. Temperatures will be seasonably cold with highs in the minus teens, and lows in the minus 20s if skies clear. This will be good news for holiday travellers, with no major problems expected for highway or air travel heading into Christmas.
Posted by rob at 4:25 PM