Sunshine and warm temperatures are the name of the game this week.
There’s not much to say for this week other than enjoy the nice weather. A broad upper ridge will dominate the weather over the southern Prairies through most of the week.
12Z GEM-REG 500mb Heights & Speed valid 12Z Wednesday Oct 6.
A broad upper ridge sitting over the southern Prairies is bringing temperatures into the low to mid 20’s over Southern Saskatchewan and temperatures near 20 for Southern Manitoba. This upper ridge will give way to a weak upper trough that will move across the Prairies Tuesday and Wednesday, however any rain associated with it will stay well north of the RRV and not effect our temperatures too much with them being limited only to the high teens. After the trough moves by, then the upper ridge begins to build back and temperatures should head back into the low 20’s for the week’s end.
A warm and dry outlook is sure to be welcome news for farmers who have been battling waterlogged fields through much of the summer.