Weather summary for Manitoba issued by Environment Canada at 1:11 p.m. CDT Thursday 1 August 2019. Discussion. A low pressure system tracked east across southern Manitoba on the evening of July 31, 2019. Along the cold front several severe thunderstorms developed resulting in the issuance of severe thunderstorm watches and warning. The following is a summary of weather information received by Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Hail reports (in millimeters) 6:40 pm CDT 3 km south of Holland: Nickel-sized hail 7:10 pm at Rathwell: Tea Cup sized hail (75) 7:15 pm at Inwood: Golfball-sized hail (45) 7:30 pm near Poplar Point: Toonie-sized hail (28) 7:35 pm 5 km north of Komanrno: Quarter-sized hail (24) 7:45 pm at Sommerset: Golfball-sized hail 8:00 pm near Treherne: Golfball-sized hail 8:25 pm at Notre Dame Des Lourdes: Quarter-sized hail 8:40 pm at Manitou: Toonie-sized hail 9:00 pm at Elie: Nickel-sized hail (21) 9:20 pm 10 km south of La Riviere: Loonie-sized hail (26) 9:35 pm at Newton: Golfball-sized hail
24 hour rainfall amounts (in millimeters) Manitoba Agriculture Stations Snowflake: 62 Windygates: 39 Steinbach: 25 Elie: 14 Woodlands: 11 CoCoRaHS Stations St. Leon Interpretive Center: 33 High Bluff: 27 Sommerset: 22 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/PASPC