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Sunny Matharu of Team Manitoba, batting against Team Saskatchewan during a cricket match in Assiniboine Park, Sunday. The players are fighting for a spot to represent the two provinces that combine to make the Prairie Fire, a team that plays on the national level. Matharu is also a hopeful for Team Canada.

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Sunny Matharu of Team Manitoba, batting against Team Saskatchewan during a cricket match in Assiniboine Park, Sunday. The players are fighting for a spot to represent the two provinces that combine to make the Prairie Fire, a team that plays on the national level. Matharu is also a hopeful for Team Canada. Photo Store

Clouds and a high chance of precipitation are rolling in to steal some of the holiday weekend fun. Winnipeg is heading to a high of 21 C today with increasing cloudiness and a 70 per cent chance of rain late this afternoon.

The outlook doesn't significantly improve for the rest of the long weekend. Temps will drop to 13 C overnight before rising to 24 C Monday with a 60 per cent chance of storms. Tuesday only gets up 19 C and also packs a 60 per cent chance of storms. Drat!

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