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Today will feature a mix of sun and cloud with slightly above-normal temperatures around 6 or 7°C. Don't let that fool you though, this sunshine wont last long.
It's looking like a dreary day tomorrow with a band of moderate to heavy rain moving in late morning, and lasting through the afternoon. I don't think we'll see any thunderstorms within this line. Generally, 5 to 15 mm of rain can be expected, though slightly higher amounts are possible locally since the line will be convective in nature. Areas along the International Border can expect the heaviest amounts. It will also be cool and windy with winds up to 30 km/h expected, and highs only around 5 or 6°C.
Friday will feature once again a mix of sun and cloud. Although, pop up showers will be possible, and even a rumble thunder will be possible in south western Manitoba thanks to a bit of instability. It will be isolated so most people wont see much if anything at all. More showers will be possible Friday night.
And yet ANOTHER system is set to move in Saturday night, and continue Sunday into Monday. This one is looking like a doozy. Significant rainfall is expected, and this storm could even bring southwestern Manitoba and the Interlake another dose of heavy snowfall. At this point it appears over 20 to 30 mm of rain will be possible in the heaviest hit areas, with 10-20 cm of snow over southwestern Manitoba and Interlake. Stay tuned for updates on this storm.