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Braden Lacquette cools down in the fountain at Memorial Park. Today will be another day you'll want to spend in the fountain.

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Braden Lacquette cools down in the fountain at Memorial Park. Today will be another day you'll want to spend in the fountain. Photo Store

It’s already a hot, humid and windy day in Winnipeg.

By 9 a.m. the temperature had risen to 21 Celsius but felt like 27 C with the humidity, Environment Canada reported.

Today, northwest winds gusting from 40 to 60 kilometres per hour are expected with partly sunny skies, a high of 27 C and a very high ultraviolet index.

On Monday, more clouds are expected to roll in with showers beginning in the afternoon.

There’s a risk of thunderstorm late in the late afternoon and evening with a high of 22 C. The rest of the week is expected to be sunny and warmer with temperatures in the high 20s.

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