Chilly day settles in after storm moves out
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Wet snow from Thursday’s autumn storm will peter out today, but it’ll be a bit before usual fall weather returns to Winnipeg and southern Manitoba.
Environment Canada’s forecast says the wet snow should end late this afternoon, but a 40 km/h north wind that gusts to 60 km/h will persist. The high will creep up to 3 C and tonight’s low should drop to -4 C.
It’s expected to clear Saturday and warm up to 8 C with a westerly wind at 20 km/h.
Temperatures will continue to rise Sunday, reaching 10 C with a mix of sun and cloud, the forecast says.
Clouds and showers, or at least a 60 per cent chance of them, are in Monday’s forecast with a high of 8 C.