After several days of oppressive heat in the Prairie provinces, there will be some relief on Wednesday.
Over the past few days, several areas broke high-temperature records with some areas passing the 30-degree mark.
Temperatures should be between 15 and 20 for this time of year. High's on Wednesday will range from 20 to 25. Still above seasonal, but not near heat warning criteria.
There is also a risk of thunderstorms, mainly in the morning, across Manitoba.