The first part of this week will feature fairly typical early-June conditions, with temperatures in the low twenties and a chance of rain.
Today will see a chance of showers over all of southern Manitoba. In areas near the International border, there may be more than showers, with periods of rain and perhaps even some embedded thunderstorms. Accumulations along the border should generally not exceed 15mm, but there could be locally higher amounts if any thunderstorms develop. In areas further north, such as Winnipeg, it should be a fairly uneventful day overall, with temperatures in the upper teens and a breezy north wind.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Tuesday and Wednesday look like uneventful days in southern Manitoba. Temperatures will be in the low to mid twenties with light winds and mainly sunny skies. There’s certainly nothing wrong with that!
The long range forecast suggests we may see a risk of thunderstorms on Thursday, followed by cooler weather for late week into the weekend. We’ll likely rebound to seasonal or above-seasonal values at some point next week.