Your Skywatch Weather Forecast
The rough wet weather continues across southern and central Manitoba Sunday morning as rainfall warnings continue in some parts of the province.
Environment Canada predicts Winnipeg will get between 10 and 15 millimetres of rain before it ends Sunday morning.
The rain is expected to hang on across most of southern and central Manitoba until later in the morning, then skies will clear up in some places but the winds will pick up again.
Parts of Southern Manitoba including Winnipeg and Brandon could get strong northwest wind gusts up to 70 kilometres an hour Sunday afternoon.
The rainfall warnings have moved east but still cover a large portion of central and northeastern Manitoba. Norway House, Cross Lake, Wabowden, Island Lake, Oxford House, Gods Lake, and Shamattawa regions all could get between 40 and 70 millimetres of rain on Sunday.
The heavy rains will diminish west to east during the day.
Environment Canada warns that the down pour could cause flash floods and water pooling on roads, and localized flooding in low-lying areas.
Back in southern Manitoba, the weather outlook improves after Sunday, with sunny skies and increasingly hot temperatures by later this coming week.