Showers and scattered thunderstorms moved across southern Manitoba today as a trough of low pressure from Saskatchewan pushed across the region. This activity is expected to taper off this evening, however another batch of showers and thunderstorms over southern Saskatchewan is forecast to spread into southwest MB overnight into early Monday, pushing into the Interlake regions during the day Monday. Locally heavy downpours are possible with this next wave of precipitation with 10-20 mm possible in some areas. The bulk of the activity is expected mainly west and north of Winnipeg, but the city could also see some showers Monday morning through early afternoon along with a chance of a thunderstorm.
Once that system clears out Monday evening, the rest of the week is looking great.. with generally sunny skies and warm temperatures in the mid to upper 20s through at least Thursday and possibly into Friday before the next threat of showers by the end of the week. Slowly but surely.. it's beginning to feel a little more summer-like in southern Manitoba.