• Kyle Sooley-Brookings

Severe Storms Bring Rain, Wind, and Hail to Manitoba


There were showers and severe thunderstorms across portions of Manitoba through the day on Sunday.


Below is a summary of 24 hour rainfall amounts up to 6:00 pm CDT received from Environment and Climate Change Canada, Manitoba Agriculture and Manitoba Wildfire Program weather stations.

  • Berens River: 99 mm

  • Hermon Lake: 63 mm

  • Reef Lake: 51 mm

  • Kola: 47 mm

  • Pierson: 44 mm

  • Pisew Falls: 44 mm

  • Lake St-George: 36 mm

  • Deloraine: 32 mm

  • Hart Mountain: 31 mm

  • Melita: 31 mm

  • Taylors Point: 30 mm

  • Snow Lake: 30 mm

  • Spearhill: 28 mm

  • Mountainside: 27 mm

  • Waskada: 27 mm

  • Swan Valley: 27 mm

  • Kenton: 26 mm

  • Hamiota: 25 mm


Strong wind gusts and large hail were associated with thunderstorm activity across southwestern Manitoba. Below are peak wind gusts reported by Manitoba Agriculture weather stations from Sunday, August 25.

  • Kola: 94 km/h


Weather watchers also reported golf ball sized hail (45 mm) in Kola at 3:22pm CDT.


Reproduced with the permission of Environment and Climate Change Canada

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