Your Skywatch Weather Forecast
We kick off the Labour Day long weekend on Friday with a band of severe thunderstorms moving across southern Manitoba and into northwestern Ontario. The cold front sweeping through the region triggering the storms has also shifted winds now from the north, keeping daytime highs a little cooler around the 20 C mark. If you’re heading into cottage country in southeastern Manitoba and the Interlake, the rain should taper off this afternoon. Further east into northwestern Ontario, showers and thunderstorms will continue tonight. Skies will be much clearer tonight in Winnipeg. Saturday will be sunny in the city and the southeast. To the southwest, showers will start moving in late in the afternoon, then spread to the southeast by Sunday. By holiday Monday, there’s a small chance of showers, but otherwise conditions should be much improved.