Today in Winnipeg, Canada

Clear skies. Low 54F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph.

Sunshine and clouds mixed. High around 75F. SSW winds shifting to WNW at 15 to 25 mph.

This weather data was last updated 2021-09-23 08:08:01.




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Manitoba Weather

Manitoba is a Canadian province which is located almost in the middle of the country. When you are here, Manitoba weather could be described as continental climate. Manitoba weather can also be called extreme as it has some of the coldest temperatures in the country even though it is pretty much a flatland. There is no influence from either Ocean but rather the Arctic air masses which come from the northwest mainly in the winter. During the summer the winds in Manitoba come from the United States. This air is usually warm and humid and it makes its way all the way from the Gulf of Mexico. One thing that may surprise you about Manitoba is that it does experience tornados as it is just north of the North American tornado alley.


The city of Winnipeg is located in the south of Manitoba and one of the favorite cities of those of us at Manitoba Weather.Net. Manitoba weather in Winnipeg can get really cold. One of the jokes that people in the country of Canada say is that the city should be called Winterpeg.

The city of Winnipeg has very short but warm summers while the winters are long and very cold. The cold temperatures in Manitoba weather when you visit this area do not mean that the skies will not be clear. Winnipeg, in fact, is one of the cities which receive a lot of sun throughout the year. When compared to Toronto, the amount of sunny days more than doubles. Winnipeg prairie location makes the climate there very windy. The cold temperatures and powerful winds can be dangerous when the winter conditions arrive. To learn more you can visit



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