The south of Manitoba is waking up to mild temperatures this morning, but the pleasant conditions won’t last long.
While temps will climb as high as zero for some areas to the west including Dauphin and Brandon, Environment Canada says a cold front is tracking in that will drive the thermometer into the -30 range with wind chills of -40 by tomorrow night.
Between the warmth and the bitter cold will be some snow. Forecasters say there could be upwards of ten centimeters of the stuff falling tonight and tomorrow morning.
They say this could combing with strong winds to reduce visibility considerably with the chance for localized blizzard conditions.
— Garth Hilderman