WINNIPEG – It’s going to feel more like September than November this weekend.
We’re in for some almost unbelievably nice weather in Winnipeg – with temperatures hitting the mid-teens on Saturday and Sunday.
Environment Canada senior meteorologist Dave Phillips says we should all embrace this while we get it.
“The alternative is just scary. On this day in the past, it’s been as cold as -18 with as much as 13 centimetres of snow sitting on the ground.”
It’s made even better by the fact that Alberta and Saskatchewan have already been hammered by snow this fall.
Phillips adds that temperatures are expected to stay nice right through most of next week.
“This spell of good weather, we could see one of the mildest Remembrance Days in seven years.”
Several golf courses around the province are open this weekend. Even the BDI is still serving ice cream.