Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Another hot humid day... severe thunderstorms developing
July 2007 ended on another hot and humid day over southern MB with temperatures of 33-36C and dewpoints in the 22-26C range to produce humidex values of 43-48C. A cold front approaching from the northwest is producing a few intense thunderstorms mainly northwest of Winnipeg. The cell north of Gimli even showed signs of tornadic potential. Additional storms are likely through this evening and tonight as the front moves through southern MB. Some of these storms will be severe with strong winds, hail and torrential rain. The front will usher in less humid and more comfortable conditions across southern Mb for Wednesday.
Posted by rob at 6:02 PM