August 31, 2015


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The melting continues

There will be plenty of sunshine today with a high of 6 C, meaning all those huge piles of snow will start to diminish.

There's a chance of showers as we cool down to 3 C by evening and into overnight. Tonight's lows will be -3 C.

The Assiniboine Park footbridge casts a giant shadow on the slow long melting river ice on a spring-like Sunday morning in Winnipeg.

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The Assiniboine Park footbridge casts a giant shadow on the slow long melting river ice on a spring-like Sunday morning in Winnipeg. Photo Store

Runners take part in the MEC Winnipeg 2014 Race Series five- and 10-kilometre race in the Assiniboine Park Sunday morning. It's the first in a series of five races that will take place over the course of the year.

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Runners take part in the MEC Winnipeg 2014 Race Series five- and 10-kilometre race in the Assiniboine Park Sunday morning. It's the first in a series of five races that will take place over the course of the year. Photo Store

Danika, 3, sister Deah, 18 months, Austyn, 8, and her brother Thayne, 6 (from left), get in their licks at the Bridge Drive-In on Jubilee Avenue on Friday, enjoying their ice cream as the weather warms.

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Danika, 3, sister Deah, 18 months, Austyn, 8, and her brother Thayne, 6 (from left), get in their licks at the Bridge Drive-In on Jubilee Avenue on Friday, enjoying their ice cream as the weather warms. Photo Store

Monday's forecast calls for sun mixed with cloud with a high of 4 C.

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