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When will we see spring flowers?

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When will we see spring flowers?

Every cloud has a silver lining, they say.

Our weather this week is downright chilly, so maybe the lining is just that spring’s on a slow melt under cold Prairie skies.

Flood forecasters will like the weather this week.

Today’s high is -2 C, but with the windchill that’s closer to -9 C, under partly cloudy skies.

Tonight, the temperature drops to -7 C, and that’s closer to -15 C with the windchill.

Monday is much the same, partly cloudy, with a high of -8 C and a low of -15 C.

Tuesday we start to warm up, with a forecast high of -6 C and a low of -10 C, with more sun, and less cloud. 

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Today's frigid temperatures make us long for beaches. And when you think of beaches, you think of Tahiti: sheltered turquoise lagoons surrounding lush, mountainous islands make French Polynesia a tropical dream destination.

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