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Temps to remain below normal

Someone check Winnipeg’s pilot light because we’re not getting any heat.

Environment Canada is forecasting another day of below-normal temperatures for the Manitoba capital, with a daytime high of -6 C this afternoon. The sunshine should provide some warmth if you can ignore the cool north wind blowing at 30 km/h.

Tonight’s low is expected to drop down to -21 C, with a wind chill of -27.

The normal high for the last week of March is 4 C. The average low is -7 C.

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Someone check Winnipeg’s pilot light because we’re not getting any heat.

Environment Canada is forecasting another day of below-normal temperatures for the Manitoba capital, with a daytime high of -6 C this afternoon. The sunshine should provide some warmth if you can ignore the cool north wind blowing at 30 km/h.

Tonight’s low is expected to drop down to -21 C, with a wind chill of -27.

The normal high for the last week of March is 4 C. The average low is -7 C.

Friday should see sunny skies and a high of -5 C. A 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high around the freezing mark is forecast for Saturday.

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Updated on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 7:21 AM CDT: adds missing word

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