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Clear week, but rain in the long-range forecast

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A couple out for a walk in the rain at Assiniboine Park Sunday are captured in a raindrop on a window. (The image has been rotated 180 degrees so they appear right-side-up.)  Next weekend also looks to be rainy.

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A couple out for a walk in the rain at Assiniboine Park Sunday are captured in a raindrop on a window. (The image has been rotated 180 degrees so they appear right-side-up.) Next weekend also looks to be rainy. Photo Store

Try to console yourself --- imagine how welcome this past weekend would have been in, say, November.

OK, so that’s no consolation.

Naturally, it’s pretty nearly stopped raining now that we’re all back to work. Environment Canada says that we’ll get to 17 C today, and we’ll only get to the high teens all week.

There’s no rain in the forecast until --- no, you won’t even need three guesses --- Saturday.

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