Temperatures will once again climb into the high twenties and low thirties once again today across the Prairies.
By tonight, the heat is expected to abate as a cold front sweeps through.
As the cold front sweeps through, there is a risk of thunderstorms. Model guidance suggests the possibility for some supercell development along the southern Foothills moving eastward.
The primary threats are strong winds to 90 km/h or greater, large hail, and there is a risk of tornadoes.
Hot weather may linger through Friday in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.