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Posted: 01/17/2014 7:14 AM | Comments: 0
Don’t put away that shovel just yet, folks.
Environment Canada says more snow is in the forecast for Winnipeg and surrounding areas today. Clear skies and light winds this morning will give way to some light snow starting late this afternoon and through the evening. Amounts should be in the 5- to 10-centimetre range.
Today’s high is expected to be -10 C. Temperatures should hover around that mark this evening.
There’s a 30 per cent chance of light snow and a high of -7 C Saturday. The wind will be from the northwest, blowing at 20 km/h.
Sunday, look for the possibility of more flurries and a high of -9 C.
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