Winnipeg Weather Outlook for May 9 2024

Winnipeg News

WINNIPEG – WEATHER – Good morning, Winnipeg! As you start your day under clear skies, here’s a detailed look at the current conditions and what you can expect weather-wise in the coming days. Whether planning your commute or weekend activities, we’ve got you covered with the latest updates.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions:

  • Temperature: Currently, it’s a crisp 4.6°C with the day’s high expected to soar to 24°C.
  • Wind: Gentle breezes from the northeast at 8 km/h, ensuring a refreshing morning.
  • Pressure: The barometric pressure stands at 101.8 kPa and is rising, indicating stable and clear conditions ahead.
  • Humidity: Humidity is relatively high at 80%, typical of early mornings.
  • Visibility: Excellent visibility at 24 km, perfect for all outdoor activities.

Tomorrow’s Forecast

Expected Conditions:

  • May 10, Friday:
    • Morning: The day will start with some clouds clearing in the morning. Expect windy conditions with northwest winds at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h and increasing to 40 km/h with gusts reaching up to 60 km/h.
    • High: A comfortable 21°C with a moderate UV index of 5.
    • Night: The sky will clear up, with a low around 7°C.
  • May 11, Saturday:
    • Day: A pleasant mix of sun and cloud throughout the day.
    • High: Warmer temperatures are on the horizon with a high of 28°C.
    • Night: Expect clear skies with a nighttime low of 9°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations: Given today’s sunny skies and rising temperatures, light layers that can be adjusted throughout the day would be ideal. A light jacket for the cooler morning and evening is advisable. For Friday and Saturday, considering the gusty winds, a wind-resistant jacket would be beneficial.

Weather Trivia: Did you know? Winnipeg is known for its extreme temperature variations, holding records for both high and low temperatures within a short period. This dynamic weather makes it a unique place to study meteorological patterns!

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