Speaking of yesterday's rain, highest amounts occurred in the southern and southwestern RRV where generally 15-25 mm fell. In Winnipeg, 13.0 mm fell in Charleswood, 8.6 mm at the airport and 11.4 mm here in south St Vital. Here's a map of rainfall totals across southern Manitoba yesterday (not including Sunday, but very little fell that day):
Cloudy skies return tomorrow with chance of showers and flurries as the Colorado Low to our east wraps around some cloud and precipitation towards the west. It will be chilly and windy from the north; a miserable day.
Some sun and some cloud on Thursday with warmer temperatures. We should manage to reach about 12 or 13°C assuming we get enough sunshine.
Beyond that, things look cool and unsettled with multiple chances of showers to begin May. Showers are possible Thursday night, Friday, Saturday and Monday. More specific timing and amounts will be described as these become more certain in the days ahead.
This sounds like a broken record, but no significant warmup is in the foreseeable future.