WINNIPEG – It’s a little more mild than usual today and tonight, so should we start breaking out the parkas?
Not so fast, says Environment Canada’s Dave Phillips.
We’re in the midst of a brief spell of milder weather, but things should get back to normal later in the week.
And as for the fall, Phillips says the weather ahead looks pretty good.
“Our models indicate mid-September to mid-October across Manitoba being warmer than normal, and we think that’s going to carry on. I don’t think we’re going to see, necessarily, a rush to wintery weather.”
Phillips says there could be some cold days, but they will be followed by returns to warmth.
And while tonight will see a low of four, Phillips expects us to dodge the frost. He says we normally get our first frost around September 22.