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Get outside and enjoy the warm, dry weather today as rain is in the forecast for tomorrow.

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A grey, cool Sunday morning on May Long in Winnipeg: The perfect atmosphere for kicking back and relaxing.

That’s where we’re at today so far, with a misting of light rain and a temperature of 5C. As the day wears on, though, Winnipeggers will be happy to get off the couch and head outside.

Environment Canada is predicting a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon into evening, with a high of 18C. Clouds will begin to roll in tonight, in preparation for what’s expected to be a rainy and somewhat gloomy holiday Monday.

Fifteen to 25 millimetres of rain is expected tomorrow, with gusty winds and a high of 15C.

The sun is expected to return in full force on Wednesday, and continue warming the city through the rest of the week. Environment Canada is predicting temperatures will rise to an astonishing 29C by Saturday.

Stay tuned.

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