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High today to reach above freezing

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Are the days of daytime highs resting below the freezing mark over? Let’s hope so.

The Environment Canada forecast for today calls for sunshine and a high of 4 C. Tonight’s low is -9 C.

Looking ahead, a sure sign of spring is expected to hit Winnipeg this long weekend.

Those famous April showers -- the ones that eventually bring May flowers -- make up the forecast for the next few days.

Rain is expected to arrive early Friday evening and should stay with us through Saturday. It will also be a tad windy, with a southeast breeze 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h starting Friday.

Friday’s high is 6 C; Saturday’s high is 11 C.

Easter Sunday should be the best day of the weekend, with sunny skies and a high of 11 C expected.

More good news: the long-range forecast for next week shows nothing but double-digit high temperatures.

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