After a mostly sunny and warm week, more wet weather is on the way for southern Manitoba. 

Environment Canada has issued a special weather advisory with significant rainfall expected on Monday. 

A low-pressure system tracking northward out of the Dakota's is expected to bring widespread rainfall amounts of 20 to 30 mm to areas of southern Manitoba that are currently dealing with saturated soils and flooding concerns.

Rain is expected to begin Monday morning and taper off Monday night. There is also the potential for embedded thunderstorms, so precipitation amounts could be locally higher.

Environment Canada says the unsettled weather will continue through much of the week, with multiple chances for showers, although much less widespread than the system on Monday.