Weather – Red Lake Clouds and Potential Snow Later Monday

Weather Winter making a snowman

Red Lake: Residents of Red Lake can expect cloudy conditions with the possibility of snowfall later in the day. Here’s the detailed forecast:

Current Conditions:

  • Temperature: The current temperature is minus 8°C at 4:15 AM CST.

Monday, December 11:

  • Cloudy with Light Snow: The day will be predominantly cloudy, with periods of light snowfall expected to begin near noon.
  • High Temperature: The daytime high is forecasted to reach minus 5°C. However, it will feel considerably colder due to a wind chill near minus 15°C.
  • Winds: Winds will blow from the southwest at 20 km/h, gusting to 40.


  • Flurries and Blowing Snow: During the night, flurries are anticipated, accompanied by local blowing snow. There may be local accumulations of up to 2 cm of snow.
  • Winds: Winds will continue from the west at 30 km/h, gusting to 50.
  • Overnight Low: The temperature will drop to minus 12°C, with a wind chill of minus 13°C in the evening and a colder minus 22°C overnight.

Tuesday, December 12:

  • Mix of Sun and Cloud: Tuesday’s weather brings a mix of sun and clouds, along with a 40 percent chance of flurries.
  • High Temperature: The daytime high is expected to be minus 10°C.

Tuesday Night:

  • Clear Skies: Clear skies are in the forecast for Tuesday night.
  • Low Temperature: The overnight low will plummet to minus 19°C.

Weather Trivia: Did you know that snowflakes come in a variety of shapes and sizes? While the classic image of a snowflake is a six-pointed star, snowflakes can actually take on many different forms. Factors like temperature and humidity influence the intricate and unique structures of snow crystals. Scientists have identified over 35 different types of snowflakes, each with its own distinct shape.

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