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Posted: 11/16/2013 9:15 AM | Comments: 0
Get out there and enjoy the day, folks, because there may not be another one like this for a while.
Environment Canada is calling for mainly cloudy skies in Winnipeg today with a daytime high of 5 C finding us later this afternoon. The normal highs for this time of season is -2 C.
Tonight, look for overcast conditions and a low of -2 C. That sure beats the -11 C we would typically see at this time of year.
Sunday is also looking pleasant, though there is a good chance of the white stuff falling from the sky. The forecast calls for a 60 per cent chance of flurries in the morning and afternoon, with a high temperature hovering around the 3 C mark.
Environment Canada expects things to start cooling off next week; highs only reaching the -7 C to -10 C range around Thursday and Friday.
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