May 26, 2015


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March in WinterPeg: Video

The first day of spring arrives on Wednesday. But as Winnipeggers know, winter often keeps the city in its icy grip well into spring.

There was nearly 15 cm of snow on Monday, with wind gusts of up to 60 km/h.

Poor visibility and slippery streets on Monday.

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Poor visibility and slippery streets on Monday. Photo Store

And Winnipeggers just went about their business.

Watch the video for familiar scenes of downtown and the Perimeter Highway in Winterpeg.

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