A low pressure system from Montana will be moving into southern Manitoba Tuesday bringing with it rain and the risk of some severe thunderstorm activity. Severe thunderstorm watches were issued Tuesday morning for parts of southern Manitoba and through the Interlake. Thunderstorm activity could start up late in the afternoon in Westman and move towards the Red River Valley and the Interlake in the evening hours. As this happens, there is the risk of damaging winds and heavy downpours.
While Winnipeg missed the last chance for heavy rain, not everyone fared the same. Friday night, Sprague had 45.6mm of rain while Winnipeg had roughly 10mm, according to Environment Canada. The next chance for some heavy rain will come early this week. A front will be sweeping across southern Manitoba and the Interlake Tuesday and has the potential to leave some high amounts and possible thunderstorm activity.
Sept. 12 was a record breaking day in southern Manitoba with multiple records broken, and Winnipeg reaching its highest temperatures of the year. The hottest temperatures in the country were in southern Manitoba on Tuesday. Carman was the Canadian hot spot reaching 36.0 Celsius. In all, nine new records were set including the city of Winnipeg.
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