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Wet and cool today, sunny on Labour Day

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The rain didn't stop people from getting outside and being active Sunday morning in Assiniboine Park.

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In unfortunate long weekend news, today’s forecast calls for waterproofing.

Environment Canada is predicting a cloudy day with showers or thunderstorms starting this morning and ending this afternoon. Expect 10 to 20 mm of rain and a high of 20 C.

The storms should clear by this evening and make way for a low of 11 C.

On Monday, the forecast calls for a sunny morning with some clouds rolling in by the afternoon and a 30 per cent chance of showers with the risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon or early evening. Monday’s predicted high is 22 C.

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Updated on Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 10:56 AM CDT: adds photo

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