We are showing you the NAM-12km resolution model depiction of possible surface temperatures (in Celsius) on Wednesday morning, but it is one of the extreme cases. However, the GFS model depicts temperatures in the -40C with wind chills exceeding -50 for southern Manitoba. Therefore, keep in mind that the depictions in this post are one possible outcome out of many. Above is the way the model has been trending (its different "runs"), which shows some consistency that an extremely cold airmass will be in place for Manitoba.
Above is a snapshot zooming in on the extremely cold temperatures ahead for Wednesday morning.
Above is the NAM 12km resolution model trend for wind chill predictions for Wednesday morning. Again, you see general agreement in the model runs for some extreme wind chills for parts of southern Manitoba. Below is a screenshot zooming in on Manitoba depicting a -56 wind chill near Brandon.
Areas to experience extreme cold Wednesday morning:
All of Manitoba
Brandon: -45C with -55 wind chills possible
Winnipeg: -35C with -45 wind chills possible
Grand Forks: -40C with -48 wind chills possible
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