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Expect to be treated to more super summer weather

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Some terrific weekend weather will continue for much of the week. On Sunday, Marco Morelli (second from left) and his daughter Mikaela, 16, played against Nick Reimer and his cousin Devon Guenther (right) in the Beach 4 Life's 2nd Annual Family 2's Tournament at Melrose Park Community Centre.

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Some terrific weekend weather will continue for much of the week. On Sunday, Marco Morelli (second from left) and his daughter Mikaela, 16, played against Nick Reimer and his cousin Devon Guenther (right) in the Beach 4 Life's 2nd Annual Family 2's Tournament at Melrose Park Community Centre. Photo Store

Check your sunscreen supply, folks, and check out this forecast.

It is going to be blazing hot this week. Gotta love summer in Manitoba.

A sunny day today will bring a high of 29 C with a UV index of 8 or very high.

There will be increasing cloudiness overnight with a 30 per cent chance of showers that will carry into the early morning. A south wind of 30 km/h will become lighter Tuesday morning.

The showers are expected to clear later in the morning on Tuesday and the high will be 27 C.

Environment Canada says there will be sun for the rest of the week and throughout the weekend.

The high on both Wednesday and Thursday will be 27 C, with a high of 25 C expected on Friday.

Look forward to another warm, sunny weekend as well.

 

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