Mild, balmy Saturday in Winnipeg, snow expected overnight

It's the last day of particularly mild weather before temperatures drop throughout the week, so now is the time to get outside and do something fun.

On Saturday, the high is expected to reach 2 C as the sky becomes increasingly cloudy

On Saturday, the sky is expected to grow increasingly cloudy. (Jillian Coubrough/CBC)

It's the last day of particularly mild weather before temperatures drop throughout the week, so now is the time to get outside and do something fun.

On Saturday, the high is expected to reach 2 C as the sky becomes increasingly cloudy. Northeast winds are expected to gust at 20 km/h in the morning.

By the afternoon, temperatures are expected to fall to –6 C and overnight, periods of snow are expected, according to Environment Canada — there will be around two centimetres on the ground as the low drops to –12 C.

On Sunday, there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries in the morning as the high climbs to –5 C. By night, the low is expected to drop to –23 C.

The rest of the week is expected to be sunny, with temperatures slightly less mild than on Saturday.

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