After some windy and seasonably cool weather, temperatures will be on the upswing again for Friday and Saturday over southern Manitoba as southerly winds spread warmer air back into the area. Temperatures in the teens Thursday will warm into the mid 20s Friday and upper 20s Saturday as brisk southerly winds develop. That however will be the last of warm weather for awhile as a cold front pushes through on Sunday, bringing significantly cooler air into southern MB for Sunday through much of next week. High temperatures next week will only be in the low to mid teens, along with a possibility of some morning frost depending on cloud cover and wind conditions.
Some scattered showers may accompany the cooler weather next week as well, but overall there doesn't appear to be much in the way of significant rainfall over the next week or so. Things are becoming quite dry over southern MB with only 2 mm of rain in Winnipeg over the past 4 weeks, following a much drier than normal summer, the 10th driest on record in Winnipeg.