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Clear today, but Tuesday could bring rain

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The threat of rain has left the area -- at least for the time being.

After a day of sporadic showers Sunday, Winnipeg wakes up to a mainly sunny sky and a high of 22 C today. The wind will be from the west 20 km/h.

It should be a nice night to take in the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' preseason game at Investors Group Field, as well. Expect a few clouds to roll in as the evening moves into the darkness. The low tonight is 14 C.

Tuesday morning could see some more rain, though there’s only a 30 per cent chance of that happening. Look for mainly sunny skies, a west wind 30 km/h and a high of 25 C in the afternoon.

More sunshine is on tap for Wednesday, with a high of 21 C expected.

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