Weather summary for Manitoba storms [July 18th 2019]



Video credit: Shelley Lynne at 7:23pm CDT looking over Dauphin Lake, Manitoba


Weather summary for Manitoba issued by Environment Canada at 11:57 a.m. CDT Friday 19 July 2019. Discussion. A strong low pressure system tracking across the Prairie provinces spawned severe thunderstorms across southern Manitoba on Thursday, July 18. Below is a summary of reports received by Environment and Climate Change Canada as of 11 am CDT on July 19:

Confirmed waterspouts: Time: Approximately 7:50 pm CDT Location: Dauphin Lake Damage: None reported Preliminary Rating: EF0 Estimated wind speed in kilometres per hour: 90 - 130 Possible tornado: Time: Approximately 5:33 pm CDT Location: Roughly 8 km west of Camper Damage: None reported

ECCC meteorologists at the Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre continue to investigate these events. If you or anyone you know has photos, videos or any other information regarding this event, please email mbstorm@canada.ca or call 1-800-239-0484. Severe hail reports: Hen egg sized hail (50 mm) 2.5 km north of Meleb Toonie sized hail (28 mm) at Tyndall

Strong wind reports from Manitoba Agriculture weather stations (in kilometres per hour): Beausejour: 80 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/PASPC