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Winnipeggers waking to sunny morning but wet stuff on way

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It's a sunny start to the day, but we could be hit by rain late today and into Tuesday.

Environment Canada is calling for a mix of sun and cloud with a high of 28 C and a UV index of 8 or very high. But it will cloud over late today with showers expected after midnight and a risk of a thunderstorm overnight.

The low tonight will be 16 C, if you like a window open at night.

It will be rainy and a bit cooler Tuesday with a high of 20 C. The showers will clear off by early evening but the wind will pick up a bit to 30 km/h.

The sun will be back Wednesday with a high of 27 C and more sun is expected Thursday with a high of 30 C.

On Friday, the high will be 28 C -- but expect some rain.

The sun is expected to shine, at this point, for the weekend with a high Saturday of 31 C and a high Sunday of 29 C.

 

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