Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Soaking Rains Wednesday Night And Thursday

     A decent rainfall is expected for southern Manitoba tomorrow and Thursday. Rain should begin in the Winnipeg area tomorrow sometime around supper late afternoon or early evening or so. Periods of rain is expected to continue through the day on Thursday. In total, 15-30 mm could fall on the city, which would be our greatest rainfall since September.

     Winds will also be strong tomorrow with gusts up to 60 km/h. It wont be as windy on Thursday, but still with sustained winds of 20 to 30 km/h and temperatures only hovering around 4 or 5°C.

     Rain may changeover to snow Thursday night with a slushy cm possible, however not much snow is expected thankfully. Friday looks gloomy with generally cloudy skies and highs only reaching aronud 4 or 5°C, almost 10°C below normal for this time of year.

     Below normal temperatures are expected to continue for the weekend and into at least part of next week, as the same old pattern continues.