Saturday, September 01, 2012
Showers/thunderstorms possible tonight.. clearing and warmer for remainder of holiday weekend. Cooler conditions for back to school..
A warm front along the international border will push northward across southern Manitoba tonight bringing a threat of showers and thunderstorms, mainly across the south this evening pushing into the Interlake areas overnight. This activity will move into northern Manitoba and northwest Ontario Sunday morning, with a clearing trend over southern Manitoba. This will allow temperatures to rise to the 30C mark once again over the Red River valley with sunshine and a southwest breeze. Sunny and warm conditions are expected to continue into holiday Monday with temperatures again near the 30C mark. Cooler conditions are forecast for the remainder of the week as an upper trof pushes across the Prairies, with temperatures more typical for early September (highs near 21c) along with partly cloudy skies and a threat of showers by mid week.
Posted by rob at 5:49 PM