This week will start out fairly nice, with the exception of some showers on Monday.
Mainly cloudy a chance of showers, then clearing.
21°C / 10°C
Today will be a mixed day weather-wise. Showers are likely in the morning as a strong upper-level jet stream induces lift over the area. These showers are expected to taper off by this afternoon, with clearing skies thereafter. Once skies clear, temperatures should warm into the low twenties.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Tuesday and Wednesday look to be fairly similar days in Southern Manitoba. Both days should be mainy sunny with temperatures in the mid twenties. The wind should be fairly light, making conditions ideal.
25°C / 13°C
25°C / 12°C
The late week forecast is unclear at this point. A strong longwave trough will come onshore late in the week. This trough may generate a series of thunderstorm days across the Canadian Prairies and Northern US Plains. At this point the location and timing of storms is not known, but more details on this situation will be available as the week progresses.
- A longwave trough is a large-scale dip in the jet stream that is usually associated with strong weather systems and/or severe weather outbreaks. ↩