Manitoba's government and Transportation and Infrastructure's Hydrologic Forecast Centre say it is issuing an overland flood warning for residents in the southeast corner of the province, as well as the city of Winnipeg.

Roughly 10 mm of rain fell on Sunday morning and 40 to 60 millimetres of rain is in the forecast over the next three days.

The province is also issuing a severe wind effect warning for Tuesday for the south basins of Lake Winnipeg, Lake Manitoba, Lake Winnipegosis and Dauphin Lake.

Nearby residents are being asked to prepare for water levels that are expected to rise over five feet along shorelines.

- With files from the Canadian Press