Daniel Bezte's General Weather Outlook
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Last Updated: June 22, 2015 This forecast period is starting off much like the last one. The general flow of the atmosphere is fairly zonal, which means a strong west to east flow. Sometimes itís coming a little out of the northwest, which results in slightly cooler conditions, and sometimes it veers a little southwest, which means warmer weather. The trouble is, most of these systems are weak in this flow, which is typical for this time of year. This makes the timing of any individual system difficult to predict a day or two in advance - never mind a week ahead of time! That said, here is a rough idea of how the weather looks like it will play out over the next week or so. A weak system will track by to our south on Wednesday bringing a few clouds, with the chance of showers and thunderstorms late Wednesday and into Thursday morning. High pressure will build in briefly on Friday before another weak system tracks through our region on Saturday, bringing a mixed bag of sun and clouds along with more chances for showers and thundershowers. Temperatures during this period look to be on the warm side, with highs expected to be in the mid-twenties with some upper twenties in the sunnier areas. Sunday to Tuesday look to be fairly sunny and hot as an upper ridge building to our west pushes eastwards a little bit. Look for highs in the upper twenties to low thirties under plenty of sunshine. An area of low pressure is then forecasted to track through north-central Manitoba on Wednesday, bringing with it a chance for a few scattered thundershowers. Cooler air will move in behind this system, with highs expected to drop back into the low to mid-twenties to end the week. Usual Temperature Range for this Period Highs: 21 to 29 C Lows: 8 to 16 C

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