|ECMWF model valid 6 am Thu Dec 5|
showing possible major storm
impacting southern Prairies
Friday, November 29, 2013
Tranquil weather over the weekend.. then major storm possible over southern MB by middle of next week followed by Arctic blast..
Posted by rob at 3:51 PM 29 comments:
Sunday, November 17, 2013
First significant snowfall of the season hits Winnipeg/RRV..
|Webcam showing downtown Winnipeg|
Sunday morning Nov 17 2013
Posted by rob at 9:17 AM 73 comments:
Saturday, November 09, 2013
Cold blast moving in Sunday.. but short lived..
An acrtic cold front will be pushing across southern MB Sunday ushering in a northerly flow of much colder air from the Arctic for Sunday afternoon into Monday. The cold front will be pushing through Winnipeg around midday Sunday with a few flurries, then gusty northwest winds will develop behind the front with falling temperatures in the afternoon. Midday temperatures near -1 or -2C will fall to -8C by evening, and -12 to -15C by Monday morning. Remembrance Day will be sunny but cold, with afternoon highs near -8C and northwest winds of 20 km/h. The good news is that this blast of cold air will be short lived as winds shift into the south on Tuesday bringing in moderating temperatures by midweek. By Wednesday, highs will be back on the plus side, with highs rising above normal to around +6C. Seasonable temperatures are expected for the latter half of the week along with generally fair conditions.
Posted by rob at 6:03 PM 44 comments:
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Snow moving into Winnipeg/RRV Friday afternoon into Friday evening..
A clipper system from western Canada will track across southern MB Friday, bringing an area of snow with it. Snow from this system is expected to spread into Winnipeg and the Red River valley from the west Friday afternoon into Friday evening, with some slushy accumulations possible Friday night. Temperatures Friday afternoon should be near or just above freezing before the precipitation starts, so snow will likely be melting at first. However, as temperatures cool Friday evening, snow will likely start accumulating, especially on grassy surfaces, with amounts of 2-3 cm possible by Saturday morning. Northwesterly winds behind this system will usher in colder temperatures for Saturday along with occasional flurries. Much colder but dry conditions are expected early next week before temperatures moderate again later in the week.
Posted by rob at 12:01 PM 10 comments:
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