Rising flood waters might not get refreshed this week, as Manitoba is expected to finally dry up.
After a damp week and a round of fluffy flurries on Saturday night, the southern Manitoba forecast calls for sunny skies — with cool lows — and not a hint of rain or snow.
Today is predicted to reach a high of 5 C, with a mix of sun and cloud. While it gets cloudier overnight, the skies are expected to clear on Monday, with a high of 6 C and a low of -6 C.
The forecast continues through Saturday with each day predicted to bask in sunny skies and increasingly warm temps — by week’s end, Environment Canada expects highs of 11 C.