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This article was published 17/4/2011 (2170 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Rising flood waters might not get refreshed this week, as Manitoba is expected to finally dry up.
After a damp week and a round of fluffy flurries on Saturday night, the southern Manitoba forecast calls for sunny skies — with cool lows — and not a hint of rain or snow.
Today is predicted to reach a high of 5 C, with a mix of sun and cloud. While it gets cloudier overnight, the skies are expected to clear on Monday, with a high of 6 C and a low of -6 C.
The forecast continues through Saturday with each day predicted to bask in sunny skies and increasingly warm temps — by week’s end, Environment Canada expects highs of 11 C.