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Looking like a wet weekend

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If you have some work around the yard that needs to get done, you better tackle it today.

According to Environment Canada, this will be your only chance to do anything under dry conditions over the next couple days. The forecast for today is calling for increasing cloudiness and a high of 22 C this afternoon.

Showers, including a risk of a thunderstorm, are expected to start after midnight, with amounts near 15 millimetres. Tonight’s low is 12 C.

More showers and more thunderstorms are forecast for Saturday. It will also be quite windy, with a southeast wind 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h in the morning. Saturday’s high is only 16 C.

Conditions look pretty good for the Manitoba Marathon on Sunday. The forecast calls for showers and temperatures in the mid-teens. Sunday’s high later in the afternoon is expected to hit 20 C.

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Updated on Friday, June 13, 2014 at 8:43 AM CDT: adds photo

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