May 12, 2014 1:38 pm

Mike’s Monday outlook bleak as May snow falls in parts of Manitoba

Ice is finally breaking up and piling onto the shore of Lake Manitoba. Karen Shoup submitted this photo taken in Oak Point, Man., on Sunday.

Submitted by Karen Shoup / Global News

Well, at least we won’t see snow … but it’s a cool and soggy start to the week after a beautiful weekend.

While Winnipeg enjoyed consecutive days above 20 C for the first time since Oct. 10 and 11 (210 days ago), check out these images from the Riding Mountain area — some areas registered more than five centimetres of snow on Mother’s Day.

Winnipeg has turned a corner after the weekend. It’s almost the exact opposite from Saturday/Sunday. We start the week with a healthy dose of rain that will last well into the evening. The rain will slowly clear as temperatures drop into Wednesday. The skies clear for the latter half of the week and temperatures should start to get back to normal just in time for the weekend. Let’s just hope we don’t have any more snow photo galleries this time next week.

The five-day forecast for Winnipeg shows temperatures far colder than normal.

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