Winnipeg Weather Report: Sunshine to Showers and Thunderstorms

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Current Conditions and Today’s Forecast

As of 6:00 AM CDT on Sunday, June 2, 2024, Winnipeg is enjoying mainly sunny skies with a temperature of 11.2°C. The humidity is at 64%, with a dew point of 4.6°C. Winds are blowing from the south at 18 km/h. The barometric pressure is at 100.8 kPa and rising. Visibility is excellent at 24 km.

Today’s Weather

The forecast for today in Winnipeg indicates increasing cloudiness with a 60 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms this afternoon. Winds will be from the south at 30 km/h, gusting up to 50 km/h, becoming light late this afternoon. The high temperature will reach 23°C. The UV index is 5, indicating moderate exposure risk.

Tonight’s Weather

Tonight, expect cloudy skies with a 60 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms in the evening, clearing overnight. Fog patches are likely to develop after midnight. The low will be 13°C.

Tomorrow’s Weather

Daytime

On Monday, June 3, 2024, Winnipeg will have sunny skies with fog patches dissipating in the morning. The high will be 23°C, but it will feel like 25°C with the humidex. The UV index will be high at 6.

Nighttime

Monday night will be clear with a low of 13°C.

Historical Weather Data

Historically, the highest temperature recorded on June 2 in Winnipeg was 34.4°C, while the lowest was -1.1°C. Today’s weather is moderate compared to these historic extremes.

Wardrobe Suggestions

Given today’s conditions, it’s advisable to dress in layers to stay comfortable as the temperature rises. Consider a light jacket for the morning and a raincoat or umbrella for the afternoon showers or thunderstorms. With the UV index being moderate, wearing sunscreen and sunglasses is also recommended. For tonight, a light jacket should be sufficient for the cooler temperatures.

Interesting Weather Trivia

Did you know that Winnipeg is known for its significant temperature variations? The city’s inland location in the Canadian prairies means it experiences very cold winters and hot summers. This wide range of temperatures contributes to the city’s dynamic weather patterns, including frequent thunderstorms in the summer months.

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