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April showers bring a whole lot of frowns

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If you got all happy and put your warm coats away over the weekend, reach back in that closet or open that box.

You're going to need one today.

An already cloudy day with periods of rain in the morning will see rain mixed with wet snow coming down late this afternoon. The expected rainfall amount is 5-10 mm with a northeast wind of 30 km/h that will gust up to 50 km/h this afternoon with the temperature falling to 1 C.

Tonight, the flurries are expected to end after midnight but skies will remain cloudy and gusty winds become light late this evening. The low will be -6 C.

On Wednesday, it will be cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of flurries with a north wind of 20 km/h and a high of zero.

Sunny skies will return Thursday and are expected to hold through the weekend. Thursday's high will be 1 C with a low of -8 C.

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Updated on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 8:11 AM CDT: Adds photo.

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