Saturday, June 01, 2013
Cool start to June with frost risk tonight..
After a soggy end to May, a ridge of high pressure will bring clearing skies and drier weather this weekend over southern Manitoba to start off the month of June. Temperatures however will be below normal, with daytime highs only in the mid teens today and Sunday, some 7C below normal for this time of year. As the ridge builds in over southern Manitoba tonight, clear skies and diminishing winds will give ideal conditions for areas of frost overnight across much of southern Manitoba including Winnipeg. Temperatures will be dropping to the 0 to +2C mark tonight, with a good risk of frost overnight into early Sunday in many areas. Sunny skies and light winds will make for more pleasant conditions Sunday, as afternoon temperatures climb to the 16C mark. Dry weather is expected into early next week before another disturbance brings a threat of more rain by mid week.
Posted by rob at 5:56 AM