June 28, 2014 2:34 pm

Weather warnings continue after SW Manitoba hammered by rain

Severe weather advisories in southern, western Manitoba on June 28, 2014

Global News

WINNIPEG-Much of southern Manitoba is still under a weather watch or warning Saturday after an unstable day Friday. Pierson, Manitoba recieved the most rain Friday with 60 millimetres. Here’s other rainfall amounts provided by Environment Canada:

Winnipeg 13 millimetres

Brandon 35 millimetres

Virden 37 millimetres

Souris 26 millimetres

Russell 16 millimetres

Reston 14 millimetres

Pierson 60 millimetres

Minnedosa 30 millimetres

Hamiota 33 millimetres

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Forrest 51 millimetres

Deloraine 28 millimetres

Boissevain 4 millimetres

Birtle 8 millimetres

Ste Rose 12 millimetres

Teulon 10 millimetres

Landmark 15 millimetres

Selkirk 6 millimetres

Moosehorn 57 millimetres

Eriksdale 29 millimetres

Arborg 24 millimetres

Marchand 15 millimetres

Morris 35 millimetres

Letellier 31 millimetres

Gladstone 14 millimetres

Altona 26 millimetres

An intense low-pressure system is developing over southwestern Manitoba Saturday bringing in a large amount of rain Saturday and Sunday. Rainfall warnings are in effect from Swan River south to the U.S. border including Brandon. A severe thunderstorn watch is in effect in southeastern Manitoba and northwestern Ontario including Winnipeg, the Red River Valley and Kenora.

 

    		
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