Winnipeg Weather Outlook for Victoria Day Monday May 20 2024

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WINNIPEG – WEATHER – Good morning, Winnipeg! Today’s weather brings a mix of clouds and potential showers, with temperatures staying mild. Here’s a detailed look at what to expect for today and the upcoming days.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions
As of 6:00 AM CDT, the weather at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport is cloudy with a temperature of 11.2°C. The barometric pressure is at 101.1 kPa and falling, indicating a change in weather is on the horizon. The dew point is 8.1°C, with humidity levels at 81%. Winds are coming from the south at 8 km/h, and visibility is excellent at 24 km.

Forecast for Today
Today’s forecast predicts mainly cloudy skies with a 60% chance of showers. The high will reach 16°C, and the UV index is moderate at 5, so some sun protection is advised if you’re outdoors.

Expect partly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of showers early in the evening. The skies will clear up later, with temperatures dropping to a low of 5°C.

Tomorrow’s Forecast

Expected Conditions
Tuesday, May 21: The day will start sunny, with increasing cloudiness late in the afternoon. Winds will shift to the northeast, becoming stronger at 20 km/h and gusting to 40 km/h near noon. The high will be 18°C, and the UV index will rise to 6, considered high, so don’t forget your sunscreen.

Tomorrow Night
The night will be cloudy, with temperatures settling at a low of 10°C.

Wednesday, May 22: The skies will remain cloudy throughout the day, with a high of 16°C. The night will bring cloudy periods, with temperatures dropping to around 4°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

Today: With potential showers and mild temperatures, a waterproof jacket and layers are advisable.
Tomorrow: Start with lighter clothing for the sunny morning, but keep a jacket handy for the breezy afternoon and cooler evening.
Wednesday: Dress warmly as it will be cloudy and cooler, especially in the evening.

Weather Trivia
Did you know that Winnipeg holds the record for the most days with temperatures reaching or exceeding 30°C in a single year in Canada? In 1988, Winnipeg had 35 such days, making it one of the hottest years on record for the city.

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