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It's gonna be a bright sunshiny day

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Brennen Smith and Brittany McIntosh relax under a canopy of apple blossoms at Assinaboine Park's English Garden Monday evening. Environment Canada is calling for nothing but clear skies and sunshine over Winnipeg the next couple days.

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Brennen Smith and Brittany McIntosh relax under a canopy of apple blossoms at Assinaboine Park's English Garden Monday evening. Environment Canada is calling for nothing but clear skies and sunshine over Winnipeg the next couple days. Photo Store

One can see clearly now, the rain is gone.

After a rather wet and miserable day Monday, Environment Canada is calling for nothing but clear skies and sunshine over Winnipeg the next couple days.

For today, a chilly morning will eventually make way for a beautiful afternoon, with a forecast high around the 25 C mark. The UV index is 7 or high. The low will drop down to 12 C tonight.

Sunshine and a high of 27 C is expected for Wednesday, before clouds start to move into the region late in the afternoon/early evening.

A mix of sun and cloud and a 60 per cent chance of showers is forecast for Thursday.

 

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