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Thermometer says it's warmer, but wind won't cooperate

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Wet falling snow melts against automobile glass at Lilac Street and Argue Street as Winnipeg gets another clipper from the south with winds and blowing snow.

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Wet falling snow melts against automobile glass at Lilac Street and Argue Street as Winnipeg gets another clipper from the south with winds and blowing snow. Photo Store

The high today is -9 C but don't start grinning quite yet.

That grin will freeze right on your face -- it's going to feel like -35 with the wind chill.

Clouds will gather and snow will blow as the day goes on with about 2-4 cm of snow expected. A south wind of 40 km/h will be gusting to 60 km/h but will diminish to 20 km/h later today.

Things will clear up this evening with a low of -27 C and the wind chill persisting at -37.

On Wednesday, it will be sunny early in the day but increasing cloudiness in the afternoon will bring some flurries. About 5 cm of snow is expected in the early evening. The high will be -18 C.

More snow is expected Thursday with a 60 percent chance of flurries. The expected high will be -15 C and the low will be -19 C.

Heading toward the weekend, temperatures are expect to hover in the -18 C range with a mix of sun and cloud.

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