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It's a nice day for a walk in the Exchange District as a pedestrian walks on McDermot Avenue on a clear and cool morning.

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It's a nice day for a walk in the Exchange District as a pedestrian walks on McDermot Avenue on a clear and cool morning. Photo Store

What a difference 24 hours can make.

A day after Environment Canada put out a damp and gloomy forecast for the week ahead, the outlook for Winnipeg and the surrounding area has changed dramatically. Goodbye rain showers, hello sunshine.

Expect clear skies and a high of 11 C this afternoon, with a northeast wind 30 km/h. Tonight’s low should dip down to around the freezing mark.

For Wednesday, there’s a 30 per cent chance of showers in the afternoon and evening. The north wind 30 km/h will keep things a little chilly. Wednesday’s high is only expected to hit 9 C.

The rest of the week, while below normal temperature-wise, should be full of sunshine. Daytime highs of 10 C are expected for Thursday and Friday.

Normal highs for the start of May are in the 16 C range.

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Updated on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 10:31 AM CDT: adds photo

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