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Posted: 04/29/2013 8:01 AM | Comments: 0
There's no easy way to say this. Snow is in the forecast.
Not today though, as it is rain that is on the way with showers beginning late this afternoon with a high of 12 C. Showers will continue tonight with about 5 mm expected. The low tonight will be 6 C.
Tuesday is when the white stuff is expected as rain showers will change to periods of light show in the late afternoon. A northwest wind will gust from 40 km/h to 60 km/h but diminish to 20 km/h by evening. The temperature will fall to -2 C in the afternoon with a low of -7 C.
On Wednesday there will be a mix of sun and cloud with a low of -7 C and a high of -3 C.
Sunny skies and above-zero temperatures will be back by Thursday with a high of 2 C.
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