After the showers and thunderstorms of today, the weekend looks unsettled with a mixed bag of sunshine and chances for showers and thunderstorms.
The day on Saturday will start off fairly bright and sunny from the Interlake southwards. However, with daytime heating scattered and disorganised pop up showers and thunderstorms are expected across southern Manitoba in the afternoon and evening thanks to some lift and instability associated with a low pressure system in Saskatchewan. Due to the scattered nature of the activity, some local areas may get lucky and remain dry while other localized regions may see multiple rounds of showers and storms. As a result, rainfall amounts will vary greatly. Overall, the day tomorrow can be described as sunny to start, then unsettled in the PM hours. Also keep in mind it is expected to be windy from the west/southwest.
Sunday will be similar. However, it wont start off as sunny as Saturday did. More cloud than sun is expected for most of the day, with the most sunshine occuring in the morning. Scattered showers with embedded thunderstorms are expected again in the afternoon and evening throughout southern Manitoba. Again, rainfall amounts will vary depending on your location. Winds are expected to be lighter than Saturday with only a gentle westerly breeze.