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Here comes the rain (again)

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Anyone anxiously waiting for the sunshine to return will have to be patient.

Environment Canada says the weather disturbance that brought clouds, rain and hail to parts of southern Manitoba late Thursday will be sticking around longer than was first thought.

That means a 30 per cent chance of showers this morning and an ongoing risk of thunderstorms in the Winnipeg area, and a high of 23 C.

Tonight will remain overcast as the temperature drops to a low of 14 C overnight. And the clouds are expected to linger through much of the day on Saturday, before finally clearing out late in the afternoon. Saturday’s high should be about the same as today — about 23 C, with an overnight low of 12 C.

Sunday is shaping up to be a sunny day, with a high of 24 C and a low of 13 C. And it looks like the sunshine will stick around for the first half of next week, with highs in the low to mid-20s C and overnight lows in the 11 to 13 C range.

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