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Posted: 05/8/2014 7:22 AM | Comments: 0
Break out the rain gear if you’re heading to Investors Group Field this evening.
The forecast for the friendly between the Canadian Women’s National Soccer team and their counterparts from the United States looks a little cool and damp.
Environment Canada is calling for showers starting this afternoon and continuing through the evening, with a north wind 30 km/h gusting to 50 km/h.
Today’s high is 12 C. Tonight’s low is 5 C.
Winnipeg’s reprieve from the gloomy weather starts Friday and continues through Saturday.
Sunny skies and highs around the 17 C mark are in the forecast, before more rain arrives Sunday.
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