Winter in Winnipeg ~ "According to Environment Canada, Winnipeg was the coldest city in the world with a population of over 600,000 based on the average night-time temperature from December 2013 to February, 2014 inclusive!!!
I’m sure you’ve heard that Winnipeg has freezing cold temperatures, or that nothing really happens here – and I’m here to tell you that those misconceptions are wrong. Sure, we have our cold spells – but so do many other large prairie cities, yet they don’t have a quippy nickname (Winterpeg is catchy, I’ll give you that) and are rarely known for their weather alone. And not enough to do? Please. We have one of the best arts scenes in Canada | 3 Reasons Winnipeg Has The Best Winters
BigSteelBox offers Flood Services for Winnipeg Homes With a potential for overland flooding from the snowmelt, a local restoration and storage company is offering tips for residents to prepare for the melt. After a long snowy winter, Winnipeg is reaching its highest temperature in six months, which signals a very quick snowmelt and rise in river levels.