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Posted: 03/23/2013 9:10 AM | Comments: 0
If you thought -6 C was nice Friday, you’ll be two degrees Celsius happier today.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -4 C in Winnipeg today, but is predicting those sunny skies will be filled with clouds sometime later in the day. The overnight low is forecast to be -15 C.
The temperatures will stay about the same Sunday, with a forecast high of -5 C and the clouds clearing out in the afternoon.
The -5 C high sticks around Monday before things start gradually warming up. Environment Canada is calling for a small temperature increases throughout the week, busting over the 0 C mark Thursday and Friday with predicted highs of 2 C both days.
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