Daniel Bezte's General Weather Outlook
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Last Updated: July 14, 2014 It just seems to be that kind of year. We saw yet another upper low drop into our region last weekend bringing with it some record cold temperatures on Sunday. Winnipegís official high temperature on July 13 was 15.7 C which easily broke the previous record for the lowest day high of 16.7 C set in 1950 and 1884. Fortunately it looks like summer weather will be moving back in and hopefully this will be the end to these usually strong systems. High pressure should be firmly in place by the middle of this week. With the strong summer sunshine temperatures should moderate a little bit each day this week with highs pushing the upper twenties to low thirties by the end of the week. This area of high pressure will slowly slide off to our southeast by the weekend while an area of low pressure will begin to organize itself to our west. The weather models show a small piece of energy from this western low sliding through central regions sometime on Saturday or Sunday. This will likely brig a mix of sun and clouds along with the chance of few scattered showers or afternoon thundershowers. Temperatures should remain warm with the main area of low remaining to our northwest. This western low is then forecasted to slowly track across the northern prairies during the first half of next week. It should stay far enough away that southern regions will be mainly sunny with central areas seeing a mix of sun and clouds. Being on the south side of the low, temperatures will continue to be on the warm side with highs expected to be the in the upper twenties with lows in the mid-teens. Letís keep or fingers crossed that this low doesnít decide to drop straight south like the last system. If it does take a more southerly route then cloud, showers, and cooler temperatures will be the rule next week. Usual Temperature Range for this Period Highs: 22 to 31 C Lows: 9 to 17 C

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