Some welcome news after more extreme cold warnings across the province yesterday: above average temperatures will be arriving in Winnipeg, and southern Manitoba, overnight.
Environment Canada says that winds will shift later today, bringing warm southerly air with them. The temperature will rise overnight to -8. Snow and even ice pellets are a possibility as well.
It looks like a mild weekend as well, and possibly a warmer start to next week too. The long range forecast is calling for a high of 0 on Monday, and -7 for Monday and Tuesday.
Normal highs for the second week of February are -10, and lows are -20.