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Cloudy and cold forecast for today

The forecast calls for cloudy skies today and a high of -20 C.

Environment Canada says we can expect winds from the west by noon reaching 20 km/h, creating a windchill of -34 C.

Sun dogs, seen from the Slaw Rebchuk bridge, showed up this morning.

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Sun dogs, seen from the Slaw Rebchuk bridge, showed up this morning. Photo Store

Sun dogs, seen from the Slaw Rebchuk bridge.

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Sun dogs, seen from the Slaw Rebchuk bridge. Photo Store

A pedestrian makes the long walk over the Slaw Rebchuk bridge in Winnipeg  on a cold Thursday morning.

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A pedestrian makes the long walk over the Slaw Rebchuk bridge in Winnipeg on a cold Thursday morning. Photo Store

Snow will fall late tonight, an accumulation of about 2 centimetres.

But the temperatures will rise overnight, reaching -16 C Friday morning.

Another 2 centimetres of snow is expected Friday afternoon, with a high of -9 C and a windchill of -25 C.

Environment Canada says the cooler temperatures will be back for the weekend, with daytime highs of -20 C and -22 C for Saturday and Sunday.

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