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Winnipeg set for a rainy weekend

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A lady walks in the rain holding her umbrella through La Verendrye Park Saturday.

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It’s going to be a wet weekend, whether Winnipeg wants it or not.

Saturday morning will bring a 30 per cent of showers, and by afternoon those showers are almost a certainty, according to Environment Canada. The high will be 17 C, with the wind at 35 km/h.

Sunday promises to be just as wet, again with a 30 per cent chance of showers in the morning. The rain will begin early morning, and end early evening, according to Environment Canada. It also won’t get quite as warm, with a high of 15 C expected.

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