Here's a map of rainfall totals across southern Manitoba. I have resized the map to make it easier to read compared to the summary I made 2 weeks ago. The colour code helps give an idea of where the heaviest amounts fell.
Here's a map of the Winnipeg area:
Heaviest amounts were generally in southern and central sections with a little over 50 mm reported in some parts.
I have made a table which evaluates how well the rainfall forecasts I made on Thursday morning for a few select cities across Manitoba. Check out how the forecast faired here.
For this weekend, sunny skies are in the cards thankfully. However, cold temperatures will mean evaporation of all the standing water wont be as quick as some would maybe like. In fact, localized frost looks possible tonight with lows between 0 and +2°C expected. May summary is coming this evening.
Rainfall amounts courtesy of Cocorahs weather observers, Environment Canada, Manitoba Agriculture, robsobs and thanks to Willy for his report from Winnipeg.