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Time to put away the balaclavas

Posted: 03/9/2014 10:20 AM | Comments: 0

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Above-normal temperatures are coming to winter-weary Winnipeg.

Today’s high is expected to rise to 1 C, a few degrees above the normal high for this time of year, -3 C.

For the start of the work week, Environment Canada forecasts sunshine and a high of 4 C Monday through Wednesday.

Temperatures are expected to cool off gradually to a high of –5 C by Saturday.

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