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Wet start to the week, and more rain on the way

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When it comes to the weather, there’s not much to get excited about.

Environment Canada’s forecast looks pretty dreary for most of the week, thanks to cool temperatures and the frequent mentions of rain.

For today, look for periods of rain (amounts 5-10 millimetres) and a high of only 7 C. An east wind 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h is also in the cards for this afternoon.

The wet stuff should move out of the Winnipeg region early this evening, with the wind tapering off to northeast 20 km/h.

Tonight’s low could drop all the way down to -2 C.

Tuesday is calling for mainly sunny skies and a high of 10 C, before the showers return once again.

A 40 per cent chance of rain (and the possibility of some flurries) and below normal temperatures (5 C to 8 C)are on tap for Wednesday and Thursday.

The normal high for this time of year is 15 C.

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