We are expecting highs in the mid to high twenties in southern Manitoba today and tomorrow. It will be breezy, with westerly winds of 30 to 50 km/h. However, a brief push of colder air is expected to move south Monday night and Tuesday. As this approaches Monday, a few showers or isolated thunderstorms will be possible Monday evening, generally south of the Trans-Canada and Yellowhead highways. Isolated is the key word here. Behind this, highs are expected to remain near 20°C in Winnipeg Tuesday; a little warmer south of the Trans-Canada, while a little colder north of the highway.
Things warm back up Wednesday with the return of a more southerly flow. Highs in the mid to high twenties are expected Wednesday through to at least Saturday. We will also have a shot at the 30° mark Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Current indications are that there will be a change in the pattern beginning Sunday, although it is a little early to say. This change would bring with it a chance for thunderstorms.
Enjoy it while it lasts!
Minnesota had issued a red flag warning yesterday, and still has it today. Those red flag warning conditions are being felt here as well.