In total, there could be an additional 15-40 mm of rain by Tuesday morning in the RRV. For Winnipeg airport, this will be on top of the 123.1 mm of rain that has already fallen this June, which will place this June in the top 15 rainiest Junes on record since 1873. Other parts of the city have been wetter this month however, with 148.1 mm so far this month here in South St Vital. Even higher amounts have fallen in the far southeast corner of the city this June. To our west in Brandon, over 200 mm of rain has fallen so far this June as of this morning, only the 3rd time since 1890 that they have seen over 200 mm of rain in June. With yet more rain to fall today and tomorrow, this June will likely place itself as 2nd rainiest June on record in the Wheat City.
|Branches taken down by the wind in Winnipeg on Saturday|
Drier, warmer weather will return late this week.