Colder in Manitoba by Christmas Day


WINNIPEG, MB. – The temperatures will continue falling each day until we reach Christmas Day that has a forecasted high of minus 26.

Winnipeg may see a few flurries later this afternoon with highs reaching minus 14 the winds however will make it feel like minus 30. Thursday and Friday we may have more flurries and high in the mid-teens. The weekend the sun returns but it gets colder.

Thompson will be very cold today with the windchill making it feel like minus 32. The rest of the week leading up to Christmas, mostly sunny skies and temperatures near the low minus 20’s. Christmas day will be sunny and minus 26.

Brandon will receive flurries today and wind chill of minus 26. There’s a small chance of flurries on Thursday and Friday and then it’s a return to clear skies all weekend. The Christmas Day forecast is sunny and minus 25.

You can check the forecast for your community any time, click here.

The Manitoba Post