After a cool weekend, milder weather is set to return to southern Manitoba Monday as another clipper system brings in a shot of warmer air from the west. Temperatures are expected to climb above freezing again across much of southern MB Monday with afternoon temperatures near +3C and up to +7C over snowfree and downslope areas. Mild weather last Friday eroded a lot of the snowpack over far southern and SW MB, where a lot of bare ground is now becoming exposed even just south of Winnipeg. This will make it easier for mild temperatures to surface, eroding even more of the snowpack over the next week. Tuesday will see cooler temperatures return, but will still be near or above normal (normal highs now are -4C) Temperatures are expected to remain above normal the rest of the week with highs near or above the freezing mark through Friday. So after a frigid start to November (7th coldest start on record over the first 10 days), the month will end up on a mild note with above normal temperatures likely persisting into the early part of December.