There will be a mix of sun and cloud today over the city. Expect highs around 17 or 18°C, a few degrees above normal.
Tomorrow will be a similar day for temperatures with highs expected to be around 18°C. A problem with tomorrow is cloud cover. With the warm front being just to our north, we are expecting cloudy skies in the morning, with a mix of sun and cloud in the afternoon. Showers will be possible associated with the front, although most of the rain should remain in the Interlake and to our east with a few mm possible in those regions. Areas to the northwest of the city could hear a rumble of thunder as well, though the risk is small since an llj is almost non-existant.
Tuesday is another complicated day. Too much cloud could limit highs, as well some models keep us with a east or northeast wind, north of the warm front. Most models are showing highs in the mid twenties, although personally I am leaning towards more of a high of around 21°C for the city. A few showers may be possible as well, though most of us likely wont even see a drop. I don't expect much in the way of thunderstorms thanks to lack of a trigger (llj/cold front).
Keep in mind that Tuesday's forecast is uncertain, therefore I will be giving updates when available.
Temperatures will be much warmer in Saskatchewan and Alberta, where they are right under the ridge with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures in the mid to high twenties are expected in major cities such as Calgary, Saskatoon and Regina for a couple days. Some 'desert' regions as I call them, such as Medicine Hat, Maple Creek and Swift Current could crack 30°C tomorrow!