May 29, 2015


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Double-digit temps in the forecast

Young soccer players put their cleats to the test as volunteers shovelled snow off the artificial turf during tryouts at the Winnipeg Soccer Complex Monday.

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Young soccer players put their cleats to the test as volunteers shovelled snow off the artificial turf during tryouts at the Winnipeg Soccer Complex Monday. Photo Store

The great thaw of 2014 continues this week, with sunny skies and seasonal temperatures on tap for today.

Environment Canada is calling for a high of 7 C and a UV index level of 5 or moderate this afternoon. The south wind at 30 km/h will become light this evening. The low is expected to fall to 2 C.

The normal high for this time of year is 8 C.

Wednesday is looking like a beautiful day, featuring a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 12 C. This warm temperature, plus a west wind 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h, should act as a blowtorch on the remaining piles of snow.

Expect similar windy conditions and a high of 4 C for Thursday.

Friday’s forecast is calling for sunshine and a high of 8 C before things cool off for the weekend.

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