Cold night ahead for Prairies


Different model surface temperatures (C) for Wednesday 15z (9am CST) GDPS/NAM/RDPS

A cold night is ahead for the Prairie Provinces. Temperatures are expected to gradually decrease overnight into tomorrow morning. By Wednesday morning, temperatures should be in the low-thirties and nearing -40 with wind chills. Below we break down the expected temperatures for the major cities in Manitoba. As you can see below, temperatures in southern Manitoba won't be much different than temperatures in N MB/SK!

Surface wind chills (C) for Wednesday 15z (9am CST) RDPS model



Winnipeg


  • Low: -32C, feels like -38


Brandon


  • Low: -29C, feels like -38

Temperatures should be near normal for Winnipeg as well as Brandon throughout the remainder of the week.