Winnipeg Weather Outlook: Seasonal Winter Conditions For Rest of Week

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Clear Skies and Seasonal Temperatures for Weekend

Winnipeg residents are facing cool early morning conditions at -16°C, with the city enjoying clear skies. The barometer, indicating a pressure of 102.5 kPa, is on the rise, suggesting stable weather conditions ahead.

Humidity is relatively high at 81%, adding a damp chill to the air. Northwest winds blowing at 17 km/h are significantly lowering the perceived temperature to a frosty -24°C due to the wind chill effect.

Today’s Weather Outlook

A mix of sun and cloud is expected throughout the day, with northwest winds increasing slightly to 20 km/h. The high is forecasted to be -12°C, but wind chill factors will make it feel much colder at -28°C in the morning and -20°C in the afternoon.

The risk of frostbite is a concern, especially in such brisk conditions, and residents should take precautions when outdoors. The UV index remains low at 1, indicating minimal sun exposure.

Tonight’s Forecast

The skies will be partly cloudy, transitioning to clear conditions overnight. The wind will continue at a northwest direction at 20 km/h, becoming light near midnight. Temperatures are expected to drop to a low of -23°C, with wind chills making it feel as cold as -31°C overnight, again highlighting the risk of frostbite.

Looking Ahead to the Weekend

Friday promises mainly sunny skies, with winds shifting southwest at 20 km/h around noon. Despite the sun, the high will only reach -12°C, with morning wind chill values dropping to -31°C and slightly improving to -22°C in the afternoon.

The pattern of season weather continues into Saturday, with a mix of sun and cloud and a warmer high of -2°C. The evening will see clearing skies and a low of -11°C. Sunday offers sunny skies with a high of -6°C and a clear night with a low of -17°C.

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