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Sunny temps within habitable, even comfortable, range today

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Winnipeg is expected to be entirely normal today -- but only as far as the weather is concerned.

The forecast high today is 21 C, the normal average temperature for May 22. It's also expected to be sunny, the normal condition when clouds fail to obscure the thermonuclear gasball glowing at the centre of the solar system, approximately 150 million kilometres away.

The temperature at the surface of the sun is about 5600 C. The temperature in Winnipeg is expected to rise in the coming days, but will not approximate that of the sun.

Friday's high in Winnipeg is expected to be 25 C while Saturday is expected to be 28 C. Continuing sunny skies are expected, Environment Canada predicts.

The sun is not expected to go nova for approximately 7.6 billion years. You have time to pay off that mortgage.

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