A nice west/southwest flow aloft over the next couple days will bring in some long-awaited warmth to southern Manitoba. Temperatures are expected to reach the high teens today and low to mid 20's on Monday and Tuesday. Plenty of sunshine will accompany these warm temperatures. Winds today and Monday will be light. On Tuesday, a stronger south/southwest wind will setup ahead of an approaching cold front with sustained winds of 20 to 30 km/h expected.
Enjoy the warmth while we have it because that approaching cold front will bring in much cooler weather on Wednesday. A few isolated thunderstorms cannot be ruled out with this front on Tuesday, however a significant lack of shear and moisture will likely prevent a widespread storm event.
Behind the front on Wednesday, winds will be quite brisk out of the north and daytime highs will likely only reach the low teens for the RRV and southeastern Manitoba.
Another cold front is expected late week which will bring even colder weather for part of next weekend. As of now, storm threat still looks low with that secondary front.