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Today's weather forecast? No clear-cut answer

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Liv Thorseth is surrounded by greenery as she takes a 5.5-km run in Assiniboine Park Tuesday morning.

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Winnipeggers could see a little bit of everything when it comes to the weather today.

Environment Canada is forecasting a mix of sun and cloud for much of the day, with the temperature climbing to a pleasant 25 C by late afternoon.

But there’s also a 30 per cent chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm developing this evening. Then later in the evening, the sky should clear again and remain clear overnight as the temperature dips to 12 C.

Wednesday should start off sunny, then gradually give way to a mix of sun and cloud as the morning unfolds. The daytime high should be a carbon copy of today, reaching 25 C by late afternoon.

The forecast for rest of the week doesn’t look so great, with cloudy conditions from Thursday through Saturday. Thursday will be warm, with an expected high of 26 C. But Friday and Saturday will likely be a little cooler, with expected highs of 22 C both days and lows of 16 C.

Although no rain is expected on Thursday, Environment Canada says there is a 30 per cent chance of showers on Friday and the forecast is for periods of rain on Saturday.

The tail end of the weekend and the start of next week should see conditions improve, with the weatherman calling for a mix of sun and cloud on Sunday and Monday and a daytime highs of 24 C or 25 C for both days.

 

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Updated on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 9:23 AM CDT: adds photo

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