It will be a fairly cloudy day with scattered showers, and possible thunderstorms. The risk for storms is looking a little lower than anticipated, but the risk is still there. Main threat is significant rainfall as storms and showers move quite slowly. Highs today will depend on how much sun we get. Anywhere between 22 and 24°C is to be kept in mind.
Tomorrow will be sunnier, and not very warm. Highs will be near 23°C, a few degrees below normal.
I will continue to keep a close eye on mid and late week, as an unseasonably strong system moves in Tuesday night and Wednesday. Significant rainfall and thunderstorms may be possible in some parts of southern and central Manitoba with this. Behind the system, it will be much, much cooler for a few days. Highs are only expected to be between 17 and 20°C Thursday and Friday, while overnight lows will likely be in the mid single digits! Yikes!
Temperatures at this point look to rebound in the weekend. Still too early to confirm this, so stay tuned.