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Young soccer players put their cleats to the test as volunteers shovelled snow off the artificial turf during tryouts at the Winnipeg Soccer Complex Monday.

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The great thaw of 2014 continues this week, with sunny skies and seasonal temperatures on tap for today.

Environment Canada is calling for a high of 7 C and a UV index level of 5 or moderate this afternoon. The south wind at 30 km/h will become light this evening. The low is expected to fall to 2 C.

The normal high for this time of year is 8 C.

Wednesday is looking like a beautiful day, featuring a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 12 C. This warm temperature, plus a west wind 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h, should act as a blowtorch on the remaining piles of snow.

Expect similar windy conditions and a high of 4 C for Thursday.

Friday’s forecast is calling for sunshine and a high of 8 C before things cool off for the weekend.

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