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Rake leaves while the sun shines

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If you are waiting for an opportunity to finish cleaning up the leaves in the yard, now’s the time.

The forecast from Environment Canada for Winnipeg and the surrounding region is calling for a cloudy day with a high of 4 C. Of interest to those with the rake at the ready is the lack of precipitation in the forecast. Things should be dry for at least the next couple days.

Most of the cloud cover should start to drift out of the sky this evening and the northwest wind (20 km/h) should shift to the south later tonight. The low is -3 C.

Friday, expect mainly cloudy skies and a daytime high of 8 C. The wind will be the story, however, blowing from the northwest at 40 km/h with gusts up to 60 km/h in the early afternoon.

Looking ahead to the weekend, sunshine and a high of 4 C is expected for Saturday. Environment Canada is calling for a slight chance of showers Sunday.

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