Monday, October 20, 2014
Temperatures will be running well above normal this week over southern Manitoba as an upper ridge of high pressure builds over the eastern Prairies. Sunny skies and gusty south winds Tuesday will send temperatures into the mid to upper teens, with lows 20s likely across SW Manitoba. On Wednesday, clouds will increase ahead of a weak system crossing southern Manitoba that may trigger some scattered showers by afternoon or evening. Temperatures however will remain mild in the mid to upper teens. Sunshine will return for Thursday and Friday with temperature again in the mid to upper teens, some 10C above normal for late October. Slightly cooler conditions are expected early next week, although there are no indications at this point of a change to a prolonged below normal temperature pattern through the end of October.
Posted by rob at 9:17 PM
Thursday, October 02, 2014
Big change in the weather pattern Friday into the weekend.. strong winds, colder temperatures and possible snow..
|Wind and wave impact maps for south basins
of Lakes Winnipeg (right) and Manitoba (left)
Severe impacts are possible Friday Oct 3rd
along south shorelines (in red)
(image from province of Manitoba)
Video: See video footage of waves at Twin Lakes on southeast shore of Lake Manitoba Friday. (from CBC)
|Snowy scene Friday afternoon near Lake Brereton, MB
in the Whiteshell Park area, just one week
after experiencing 30C temperatures
Posted by rob at 4:54 PM