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Rainy day ahead for holiday Monday

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What you see is what you get, this holiday Monday. Environment Canada calls for gloomy skies and rain all day with winds gusts thrown into the mix this Victoria Day.

Expect northeast winds of 30 kilometres an hour to gust up to 50 km/hr and anywhere from 15 millimetres of rain to 50 mm. Temperatures are mild at 14 C for the Wiinnipeg area.

Tonight it will be mild at 8 C and rain will end before morning, but the skies will stay overcast.

Tuesday, we can expect mainly cloudy conditions with a 30 per cent chance of showers and a high of 17 C with a low of 7 C.

By Wednesday, the sun will make an appearance, but the forecast still calls for clouds and a high of 21 C.

It’s not until Thursday, that we’ll see full sun again and then it only stays until Friday. Highs both days hover between 19 C and 20 C with lows of 8 C.

And for the weekend, the forecasts calls for a mix of sun and clouds with highs of 20 C and lows of 8 C to 9 C.

 

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