With the humidity will come an increased risk of thunderstorms. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday all have the possibility for storms, and some may be severe. They are expected to be pop-up type storms with no major large-scale triggers. As a result, they are expected to remain isolated, so not everyone will be seeing storms later this week.
|Forecasted high temperatures for Wednesday July 11. Highs in the low to mid thirties expected for southern Manitoba.|
And there is currently no end in sight to the heat in southern Manitoba. All the models seem to point at above normal temperatures (over 26°C) continuing for at least the next 10 days, and perhaps even the next 14 days.
|NAEFS Ensemble model points at a 90-100% chance of above normal temperatures in southern Manitoba from July 16 to 23. As a result, there is no end to the heat in the near future.|