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current conditions Now in Winnipeg

temperature
-1.0°C
dew point
-3.0°C
relative humidity
86%
feels like
-5.2°C
wind
W 12km/h
pressure
-

forecast Winnipeg Forecast

  forecast min max
°C °C
Tue icon
Sunny 0 9
Wed icon
Clearing shower 2 17
Thu icon
Snow showers -1 4
Fri icon
Snow tending to rain -7 6
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Canada Weather Forecasts for Thursday

city forecast min max chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Calgary icon
Snow showers -4 8 70% Moderate
Charlottetown icon
Increasing sunshine -7 0 10% Moderate
Churchill icon
Cloud increasing -24 -20 20% -
Edmonton icon
Snow showers -6 7 90% -
Fredericton icon
Mostly cloudy -12 2 20% Moderate
Halifax icon
Mostly sunny -8 1 10% Moderate
Kamloops icon
Increasing sunshine 3 11 10% Moderate
Kelowna icon
Increasing sunshine -2 12 10% Moderate
London icon
Rain developing 0 12 50% Moderate
Montreal icon
Snow tending to rain -6 8 90% -
Ottawa icon
Snow tending to rain -4 6 60% Moderate
Quebec icon
Snow tending to rain -11 5 60% Moderate
Regina icon
Mostly cloudy -3 1 20% Moderate
Saint John icon
Cloud increasing -10 2 20% Moderate
Saskatoon icon
Increasing sunshine -5 1 10% -
St. Johns icon
Snow -6 0 60% Moderate
Thunder Bay icon
Mostly cloudy -1 6 20% -
Toronto icon
Snow tending to rain -2 13 80% -
Vancouver icon
Mostly sunny 4 12 90% Moderate
Victoria icon
Mostly sunny 4 11 10% Moderate
Whitehorse icon
Cloud increasing -6 4 20% -
Winnipeg icon
Snow showers -1 4 70% -
Yellowknife icon
Cloudy -21 -13 20% -

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