After ominous clouds in the sky for much of late yesterday, clear skies are a welcome sight.
Brandon is in store for sun and a high of 25ºC this afternoon, Environment Canada says. The UV Index will hit 9, which is considered very high, althogh northwest winds are also expected, at 30 km/h.
Winds will die down tonight, as temperatures drop to 11ºC.
Sun continues tomorrow, with a high of 24ºC, but there will be cloudiness starting in the early afternoon and then a few showers late in the afternoon. There's the risk of a thunderstorm late tomorrow, as winds gust up to 30–50 km/h from the northwest.
Sunday will end the weekend on a sunny but cool note. No clouds are expected, but the high will be just 21ºC.
Monday should see clouds and a high of 20ºC, but temperatures recover after that.
Tuesday will be sunny, with a high of 24ºC. Then Wednesday also sunny, with a high of 28ºC.
At this point, Thursday is predicted to be sunny, with a high of 30ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 26ºC; the normal low is 13ºC.
The coldest it's ever been in Brandon on a July 11 was 2.8ºC, in 1941.
On this date in 1936, Brandon recorded one of the hottest temperatures ever in Canada, a scorching 43.3ºC. The modern record is a modest 32.9ºC, from 2012.