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Foggy start, but sun expected later today

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It was a foggy start for the golf game Tuesday morning at the Kildonan Park Golf Course.

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It was a foggy start for the golf game Tuesday morning at the Kildonan Park Golf Course. Photo Store

Make the most of the next couple days because things are about to cool off.

There are also patches of heavy fog on the north side of the city.

Environment Canada is calling for a mainly sunny sky and a gorgeous high of 28 C this afternoon. It should be quite pleasant this evening, as well, with a low of 16 C expected.

Wednesday will bring a mix of sun and cloud in the afternoon and a high of 29 C. There is a slight possibility of some shower activity in the Winnipeg area come the evening.

Thursday, look for showers and a high of 25 C

Friday should return to sunny conditions (a high of 22 C is expected) before things cool off even more for the weekend.

Right now, the highs for Saturday and Sunday are only around the 17 C mark.

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Updated on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 7:42 AM CDT: adds photo

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