After what ended up being a fairly busy thunderstorm week considering it’s not even June yet, the weather is expected to settle down for the next while with pleasantly mild temperatures and little in the way of precipitation.
Today will be quite a pleasant day overall. Any remaining showers along the cold front will move through by midday, then leaving us with mostly cloudy skies, although we’ll likely see a few sunny breaks. Temperatures will be mild with a high near 25°C and winds will be fairly light out of the northwest.
Skies will be cloudy tonight as a disturbance tracking through North Dakota spreads some cloud and showers northwards. Here in Winnipeg, there’s only a very marginal chance that we might see some light shower activity. The risk will increase in the Red River Valley towards the US border, with the greatest risk being in the SE Red River Valley. Even so, amounts are only looking to be in the 2-4mm range.
For any weekend campers, the Sprague region looks likely to see some rain tonight with accumulations of around 5-10mm. Further north in the Whiteshell there’s only a chance of showers similar to that in the Red River Valley.
The overnight low in Winnipeg will be near 15°C.
The weekend is shaping up to look very nice. Saturday will bring mixed-to-cloudy skies clearing sometime late in the day or in the evening. There may be a slight chance of a few light, lingering showers through the morning.
The high will be around 23 or 24°C and the overnight low will drop to near 13°C.
Sunday will bring mainly sunny skies with some scattered afternoon clouds and a high in the low 20’s. Sunday night will feature clear skies and a low near 13°C.