A number of storms moving through southern Manitoba have prompted Environment Canada to issue a number of warnings and watches early Friday morning.
A line of storms moving through the south is capable of producing high winds and quarter-sized hail.
Environment Canada says wind speeds could top out above 90 km/h. Last week a storm producing winds of 100 km/h ripped the roof off the old arena in Niverville, Man.
Thunderstorms are expected to arrive in Winnipeg this morning, with showers throughout the city most of the day.
Current watches and warnings
Areas in yellow are under severe thunderstorm watches. Areas in red are under warnings. This map is automatically updated by Environment Canada. To see the latest details, refresh the page.