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Still chilly, but warmer this weekend

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Nathan Devine was out sledding with his friends William and Daniel Friesen at Kilcona Park Sunday.

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Nathan Devine was out sledding with his friends William and Daniel Friesen at Kilcona Park Sunday. Photo Store

Spring is coming, Environment Canada promises, it’s just taking its sweet time getting here.

Until that day arrives, brace yourself for another day of below-normal temperatures for Winnipeg and the surrounding area. Look for a high of -10 C and a northwest wind 30 km/h today, with a wind chill of -27 this morning.

Tonight’s low will drop down to -19 C.

The normal high for this time of year is 2 C.

Expect a similar forecast for the rest of the week before things start to warm up later in the week. Environment Canada is calling for sunshine and highs of around 4 C for the weekend.

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