Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 03/29/2013 9:16 AM | Comments: 0
It's a foggy start to Good Friday.
The City of Winnipeg began the day filled with what Environment Canada calls "ice fog" across the city. The fog is expected to dissipate later in the morning and the sun should come out in the afternoon. The forecast high is 2 C.
It will drop down to -6 C overnight and reach 1 C on Saturday with a mix of sun and cloud forecast.
Then it’s back to the minus temperatures with Environment Canada only calling for a high of -7 C on Easter Sunday and -5 C on Monday.
At least it will be sunny both days.
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