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Expect thunderstorms — again

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Amber Sobering, 23, with Pixie, a Yorkie-Shih tzu cross at the Paws in Motion event in Assiniboine Park Sunday.

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Amber Sobering, 23, with Pixie, a Yorkie-Shih tzu cross at the Paws in Motion event in Assiniboine Park Sunday. Photo Store

Whoever made the Norse thunder god Thor angry, please apologize so Winnipeg can see some nice weather again.

Environment Canada has today starting out sunny, but getting increasingly cloudy this afternoon. By the time the afternoon comes around, Winnipeg is looking at a risk of thunderstorms. The high is 24 C, and the UV index is at six, or high.

The start of the week on Monday isn’t looking much better. There’s a 60 per cent chance of showers in the morning, and another risk of thunderstorms. The high will be 21 C.

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