Despite a weekend of nearly nonstop rain, the weatherman's saying that it ain't over yet.
Environment Canada has ended the rainfall warnings for Westman, and says that while diminishing winds may still be brisk, they're no longer expected to cause any damage. But the forecast is still pretty damp.
Today should see more showers thoughout, with 10–15 mm more rain expected. Some of that may come during a possible thunderstorm this afternoon. Winds will continue to blow from the west at 40 km/h, with gusts up to 60 km/h, although they should die down a little by late this afternoon. The high today will be 19ºC.
Clouds continue tonight, with a 60 per cent chance of showers and the risk of a thunderstorm early this evening. Northwest winds are expected at 20 km/h tonight, with an overnight low of 10ºC.
Canada Day is where things begin to turn around. Tomorrow will start out mainly cloudy, with a 60 per cent chance of more showers in the morning, but skies will clear late in the afternoon. Temperatures will hit a high of 19ºC, with northerly winds at 30 km/h becoming light late in the evening.
Back to work on Wednesday, as the sun comes out for the rest of the week. Wednesday's high will be 20ºC, and then the thermostat gets cranked.
Continuing sun is predicted for Thursday, with a high of 23ºC, and Friday, with a high of 26ºC. And next weekend may almost make up for this one, if the forecast holds. At this point, Saturday and Sunday are both predicted to be sunny, with highs around 29ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 24ºC. The normal low is 13ºC.
The hottest it's ever been on this date was in 2000, when it hit 30.2ºC. The coldest ever was in 1969, when it dropped to 4.4ºC. The most rain that's ever fallen on a June 30 was in 2006, when we got 29.4 mm.