Daniel Bezte's General Weather Outlook
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Last Updated: September 15, 2014 Last week’s forecast didn’t work out quite as expected. The strong arctic high did build southwards, but it remained further to the west than originally forecasted, resulting in more cloud cover. While some areas did see some light frost late last week, the extra clouds kept most places a little warmer at night and a little cooler during the day. For this forecast period we have to contend with two different areas of high pressure. The first high is another surface-based arctic high that is expected to slide southeastwards during the week. This high should take a much more easterly track through northwestern Ontario. At the same time we’ll see an upper ridge of high pressure building to our west try to move eastwards. It is going to be a tough call as to which high will have the biggest influence on our weather. Currently, it looks like we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds from Wednesday to Friday as cold air remains in place in the upper atmosphere. Temperatures will slowly warm as the week goes on, with highs expected to be in the low twenties and overnight lows around the 5 C mark. We could see a bit more clouds along with the odd shower on Friday as a weak low slides through. Over the weekend and into the first part of next week the western upper ridge should finally move in, bringing mainly sunny skies along with high temperatures in the low to mid-twenties. Beyond this, the weather models are showing a fairly strong area of low pressure moving across the northern prairies. This low will likely drag a cold front across central and southern Manitoba sometime on Wednesday, bringing a short shot of cooler air. Usual Temperature Range for this Period Highs: 12 to 22 C Lows: 1 to 9 C

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