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Wednesday got off to a cool start, but more sun and  a high of 26 C are expected by midday.

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Wednesday got off to a cool start, but more sun and a high of 26 C are expected by midday. Photo Store

Summer has certainly found its groove in southern Manitoba, as the Environment Canada forecast continues to call for sunshine and warm temperatures in the region.

Today, we should see a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon with a high of 26 C in the afternoon. Tonight’s low will fall to 16 C.

Thursday holds that same mix of sun and cloud, though it will be a few degrees warmer. The daytime high is expected to hit 29 C.

There is a slight chance of a thunderstorm developing late in the evening, as well.

The rest of the week into the weekend looks great. Sunny skies and highs near 30 C are forecast for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Updated on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 7:31 AM CDT: Adds photo

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