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Rain rounds out weekend

Participants run up the steps at Shaw Park as part of the Mammoth Stair Climb put on by Do it for Dads and Step Up Winnipeg.

DARCY FINLEY / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Participants run up the steps at Shaw Park as part of the Mammoth Stair Climb put on by Do it for Dads and Step Up Winnipeg. Purchase Photo Print

Not great news from Environment Canada for the Teddy Bears Picnic.

Or for anything else you planned to do outside today.

Thunderstorms and showers beginning this morning, at times heavy showers, 10 to 20 mm.

Dang. There will be a high today 23.

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Not great news from Environment Canada for the Teddy Bears Picnic.

Or for anything else you planned to do outside today.

Thunderstorms and showers beginning this morning, at times heavy showers, 10 to 20 mm.

Dang. There will be a high today 23.

The showers end this evening, then we get a mixture of sun and cloud through the week, highs of 24 Tuesday and Wednesday, a high of 25 Thursday through Saturday.

But....you knew there'd be a but...there'll be a 60 per cent chance of showers both Friday and Saturday.

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