Manitoba is preparing to say goodbye to the summer

Manitoba is preparing to say goodbye to the summer

The first autumn days are ready to come.

This year there was an extraordinarily hot summer for all inhabitants of the province. Now the air is gradually becoming colder and Manitoba residents are slowly preparing for the fall.

In Manitoba southern regions, the temperature is still above 20 degrees Celsius, and the difference is undoubtedly felt if to compare with the cities located to the north, where the cooler temperature has already come.

The warm weather will last until the end of the week, and on the weekend it is expected to see a mark of +22 degrees Celsius. However, starting from Monday, it will begin to be more like autumn and the province will experience colder temperatures and rains.

The weather will be unstable, cloudy dry days will alternate with rainy days throughout the week. Residents of the northern Manitoba are even preparing for the fact that next week they can see the first snow this fall. The southern part of the province will be luckier – they will have much less precipitation if to compare with other corners of the province.

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