A series of major storms is expected to hit the South Coast over the next several days and residents should brace for heavy rain and strong winds.
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Like our beautiful, sunny and warm Canada Day long weekend, the first week of July will see the mercury climbing into the high 20s to low 30s.
Thousands of Manitobans will be sweating on Sunday, but not because of any sweltering temperatures.
It’s mostly sunshine and light wind as high pressure dominates the eastern Prairies through Friday.
It’s a long-standing speculation that the weather on the May long weekend will be soggy.
A slew of new temperature records were set Tuesday as southern Manitoba enjoyed summer-like conditions with back to back afternoons in the low to mid 20’s.
It will be a golden weekend for more reasons than one. It’s the start of Winnipeg Goldeyes training camp Saturday morning and as the boys of summer round the bases to kick off the 2013 season, our temperatures will round the bend towards normal under a clear, sunny sky.
Overcast conditions dominate today with light rainshowers and cool winds that are causing a drop to afternoon temperatures.
After a beautiful weekend that saw most people doing away with the heavy jackets and donning shorts and T-shirts, more winter is on the way for parts of Manitoba, with temperatures that will fall well below seasonal once again.