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Recent rains have brought out the late blooms and colours of spring.

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Sunshine is in the forecast for the next few days after Winnipeggers bid adieu to another soggy Sunday.

Environment Canada is calling for mix of sun and cloud for the next two days and for sunny conditions for Wednesday, although there is a risk of a thunderstorm Tuesday evening.

But the clouds are expected to roll in again by Thursday, followed by another cloudy day with a 70 per cent chance of rain on Friday.

With the exception of today, when the thermometer will struggle to climb above 21 C, daytime temperatures are expected to hover in the 24 C to 26 C range right through until the weekend. Night-time lows will be in the mid teens.

And while a lot can change between now and then, Evironment Canada is forecasting a mostly sunny weekend, with highs of 28 C on Saturday and 26 C on Sunday.

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Updated on Monday, May 26, 2014 at 8:06 AM CDT: adds photo

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