Severe thunderstorm watch ends for Winnipeg, remains for cottage country
WINNIPEG – Don’t let the clearing skies deceive you. Environment Canada says as the cloud cover moves out of southern Manitoba, temperatures will rise, and with them the risk of severe thunderstorms.
Selkirk, Gimli, Stonewall, Grand Beach, Dugald, Beausejour, Pine Falls, Bisset, Nopiming Provincial Park, the Whiteshell and Lac Du Bonnet areas remain under a thunderstorm watch Sunday night, with potential for heavy winds, hail and damaging rains.
A watch for Winnipeg and Brandon areas has ended.
Rainfall warnings for southwestern Manitoba have ended. Between 20 and 50 mm fell in some p