Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre continues to monitor a precipitation system that began yesterday could bring up to 75 millimetres (mm) of rain to southern Manitoba. An overland flood warning issued yesterday has been expanded to include areas east of Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 5.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure forecasters are monitoring a system that could bring significant rain between 40 and 60 millimetres over the next couple of days with potential for heavy thunderstorms to result in over 60 mm of high-intensity precipitation in localized areas. The Hydrologic Forecast Centre is issuing an overland flood warning for the southeast corner of the province.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) Hydrologic Forecast Centre is monitoring a new precipitation system which is expected to bring 20 to 40 millimetres (mm) of rain to much of southern and central Manitoba over the next few days.
Manitoba Environment, Climate and Parks is advising a mandatory evacuation order and an expanded closure area in the northern portion of Whiteshell Provincial Park are now in effect. Rising water levels and rapidly evolving conditions are posing a significant risk to public safety.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure advises that Provincial Truck Highway (PTH) 10 between Swan River and The Pas is reopened to traffic. PTH 10 is an important trade corridor and, along with PTH 6, is one of the critical road links between northern and southern Manitoba.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre advises the Winnipeg River continues to experience very high flows and water levels due to significant volumes of water upstream in Ontario from Lake of the Woods and Lac Seul.
Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre is issuing a high wind effect alert for lakes Winnipeg, Manitoba and Winnipegosis for May 20. Strong, sustained winds from the north forecast for Friday will create a risk of ice pileup and cause water levels to rise along shorelines.
The Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure (MTI) Hydrologic Forecast Centre is monitoring another significant precipitation system that is expected to bring 20 to 50 millimetres (mm) of rain to much of southern and central Manitoba over three days, including yesterday.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre is monitoring a precipitation system that could bring 20 to 50 millimetres (mm) of rain to southern Manitoba over the next five days ending Friday. Depending on the amount, location and intensity of the rainfall, it may affect water levels in some areas of the province.