Winnipeg Weather Forecasts Calls for Cloudy Skies and Freezing Drizzle

Winter Weather Update

Current Weather Snapshot

In Winnipeg, the weather is currently cloudy with a risk of freezing drizzle. The temperature stands at -3.8°C, with a wind chill making it feel like -10°C. Winds are coming from the south at 18 km/h, gusting up to 28 km/h. The atmospheric pressure is 102.0 kPa and humidity is at a high 99%​​.

Today’s Forecast

For the rest of the day, January 26th, the city will continue to experience mainly cloudy skies. The high for today is forecasted to be minus 1°C, dropping to a low of minus 9°C at night with partly cloudy conditions​​.

Tomorrow’s Outlook

On Saturday, January 27th, Winnipeg is expected to have a mix of sun and cloud with a high of minus 2°C. The night will bring cloudy periods with a low of minus 4°C​​.

Wind and Humidity The wind is currently blowing from the south at 18 km/h, with gusts reaching 28 km/h. The high humidity level of 99% adds to the chill in the air.

Wardrobe Suggestions Given the freezing drizzle and cloudy conditions, it is advisable to wear warm, insulated clothing. A waterproof jacket, gloves, and a hat would be appropriate to stay warm and dry. Layering is key to adjust to varying indoor and outdoor temperatures.

Winnipeg Weather Trivia

Winnipeg’s weather has seen a wide range of temperatures and conditions on this date in history. The highest temperature recorded on January 26th was 3.1°C in 1990, while the lowest was a frigid -37.8°C in 1969. The greatest snowfall recorded on this date was 16.3 cm in 1953, showcasing Winnipeg’s capacity for extreme winter weather

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