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Posted: 12/7/2013 8:34 AM | Comments: 0
Weather-wise, the good news is that there’s nothing but clear skies and sunshine for the next seven days. Nary a cloud in sight, says Environment Canada.
The bad news? Well, you probably already know what that is.
Bitterly cold temperatures make up the Southern Manitoba forecast for the next few days, with today’s high reaching just -22 C. Factor in the wind chill, and it will feel like -37 C.
Tonight’s low is -30 C with an extreme wind chill at -43 C.
Expect similar conditions for Sunday: daytime high of -22 C with a wind chill around the -41 C mark.
The long-range forecast doesn’t change much, either. The week ahead calls for nothing but a continuing deep freeze.
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