Extreme cold warning issued — yet again — for southern Manitoba

For the third day in a row, southern Manitoba is under an extreme cold weather warning.

Environment Canada extends cold warnings across south of province for 3rd day in a row

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      Friday? Cold. Saturday? Also really cold. Sunday? Take one guess at what's in store across the south.

      Friday and Saturday were both on the sunny side and received expected highs in the –24 C range and lows in the –30 C range, with windchills in the low –40s.

      Alas, the weather Sunday will be equally unkind, with wind, cloud and cold combing to make for more bone-chilling conditions across the south.

      For Winnipeg:
      All of southern Manitoba was under an extreme cold weather warning Sunday. (Environment Canada)

      • High of –22 C, with a windchill of –41
      • Cloud increasing throughout the day
      • Wind gusting to 15 km/h
      • Windchill decreasing to –32 in the afternoon
      • Mainly cloudy in the evening
      • Overnight low of –28 C, with a windchill of –39

      The sun will come out on Monday, accompanied by 15 km/h winds and a high of –20 C (–37 with the windchill).


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