Manitoba public health officials are warning people of an extended period of heat for Manitoba lasting into next week, with most of the province affected with the exception of the far northeast area. Manitobans are advised to be prepared and plan for intense and long-lasting heat.
Manitoba public health officials are warning people of an extended period of heat forecast for Manitoba, with many areas of the province already affected. The province are advising the public to be prepared and plan for the heat.
Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting above normal temperatures in Manitoba starting today and persisting into early next week. This system will bring hot conditions to southern Manitoba, with some areas experiencing extreme heat for several days.
Manitoba’s Hydrologic Forecast Centres spring thaw outlook reports the risk of a major spring high water event remains low in most Manitoba basins and is still dependent on weather conditions from now until spring melt.
Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre has released the 2020 Fall Conditions Report that indicates soil moisture levels before freeze-up are normal to below normal in most Manitoba basins.
With the onset of cold weather conditions beginning Tuesday, Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living is reminding Manitobans across the province of health concerns related to colder temperatures that are expected in the coming days.
Public health officials with Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living are issuing an extended heat warning for southern and central regions of the province.
The Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba Infrastructure reports the potential for significant precipitation and heavy wind, ending early Wednesday, could produce overland flooding and high water conditions.
The Manitoba government will make disaster financial assistance available for eligible municipalities, homeowners, farms and small businesses impacted by severe weather in October 2019.
Manitoba Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre reports the impacts of the mid-October severe weather event are diminishing, but flood warnings and high water advisories remain in place for some areas of the province.