24hrs temperature outlook for Prairies


Surface analysis 12Z Sat Dec 7 2019. Temperatures in F and cold fronts displayed in blue.

A few clipper-type systems are moving through the Prairies this morning, bringing some mixed precipitation and freezing rain to parts of Manitoba. The clipper in northern Manitoba, displayed above, will bring a cold front through today across Saskatchewan and Manitoba, which will drop temperatures in the -30C for parts of Manitoba. However, the second cold front, seen above over northern Canada, is the one that will bring a multi-day Arctic wave of extreme cold temperatures for MB/SK.


We have outlined daily temperatures in this post HERE. Now let us focus on the next 24hrs. We've used the National Blend of Models and the Canadian RDPS to generate this forecast.



Saturday Dec 7th: Day

National Blend of Models for 3pm CST

Highs

Winnipeg: -1C, feels like -6

Brandon: -1C, feels like -5

Regina: -2C, feels like -8

Saskatoon: -8C, feels like -13

Churchill: -21C, feels like -30

The Pas: -16C, feels like -19

Calgary: -5C, feels like -10




Saturday Dec 7th: Night - Sunday Dec 8th: Morning

National Blend of Models for 9am CST

Lows

Winnipeg: -16C, feels like -27

Brandon: -17C, feels like -26

Regina: -17C, feels like -26

Saskatoon: -20C, feels like -30

Churchill: -28C, feels like -42

The Pas: -28C, feels like -28

Calgary: -11C, feels like -15



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