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Posted: 05/2/2013 7:24 AM | Comments: 0
Let's take a quick walk down memory lane.
Remember that big yellow thing in the sky? That burning ball of gas that sustains life on this planet?
While clearing skies are expected this afternoon, you will finally see the sun on Friday.
The high today will be 3 C, under cloud cover, and a low of -5 C tonight.
Friday is when we will turn the corner and see spring with a high of 10 C.
For the weekend, there will be more sun. Saturday will bring a high of 13 C, while Sunday's high will be 17 C.
To start the new week, highs will be in the low 20s.
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