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This article was published 29/12/2013 (1006 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
The good news is there will be plenty of sunshine in southern Manitoba the next few days.
The bad news is Environment Canada forecasts below-normal temperatures.
For today, look for clear skies and a daytime high of -25 C.
This morning, wind chill values are in the low -40s.
And the ugly news is the situation will get worse before it gets better.
Monday through Thursday, Environment Canada is calling for high temperatures to reach only into the -25 C to -29 C range with wind chills around the -40 mark.
Overnight lows should drop down to -35 C and below, so plug in the car if you’re not already doing so.
On Friday, the daytime high will get 'wamer' at - 19 C.
The normal high for this time of year is -13 C; the normal low is -23 C.