Although Saturday marked the official start to fall, some residents in Manitoba were hoping for a smoother transition.
Tank tops and flip flops were traded for sweaters and boots as parts of the province hit new record low temperatures Sunday.
Winnipeg saw the thermometer dip to -7.1 degrees, beating a previous record set back in 1879.
"Most places are seeing seasonal daytime highs, it's the mornings that have people dressing in layers," says Monica Vaswani, a meteorologist at The Weather Network. "Cold morning temperatures will continue on Tuesday and Wednesday, but conditions will start to warm in the region by Thursday."
Wondering what the fall season will be like in your area? Check out the 2012 Fall Outlook.