A general look at the weather this week..
Sunday Nov 22nd: Hi: +1C.
Some snow then turning milder.
System tracking through central MB will spread an area of snow across the Interlake and eastern Manitoba. Bulk of snow will be mainly north and east of Winnipeg where 2-5 cm is possible, but Winnipeg will likely see a period of snow between 9 am and 3 pm, with a dusting to 2 cm possible. Once the snow ends, winds will shift into the west and draw in milder air sending temperatures up to the 0 or +1C mark by late afternoon.
Monday Nov 23rd: Hi: +2C
Fair and mild.
Tuesday Nov 24: Hi: +1C
Fair and mild.
Wednesday Nov 25th: Hi: -2C in the morning falling to -8C by evening.
Turning windy and colder with snow.
A potent storm system emerging from the west coast will track across Montana and into the Dakotas bringing a widespread area of snow across southern Manitoba. Current indications are for 2-5 cm of snow for Winnipeg during the day. Increasing north winds and colder temperatures will likely produce areas of blowing and drifting snow especially in the afternoon and evening.
Thursday Nov 26th: Clearing and colder: Hi -10C.
Generally fair but cold. Temperatures dipping to -20C Thursday night.
Friday Nov 27th: Hi: -7C
Nicer afternoon after a cold start to the day with temperatures at or below -20C.
Saturday Nov 28th: Hi: -4C
Milder with a chance of flurries.
Sunday Nov 29th: Hi -5C
Grey Cup day: Fair and seasonably cold.
At this early point, it looks like conditions should be fair and seasonably cold for the Grey Cup with average temperatures for late November and no precipitation expected. Models are not showing any major storm systems over the Grey Cup weekend, with a warming trend expected for the first week of December. Things could change, but at this point, weather conditions look favourable for the Grey Cup game.