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Bad weather, but good photos: 10 dreary pictures to liven your day

Here are a handful of our favourite photos of this week’s dreary weather in Abbotsford

The weather this week wasn’t great. But sometimes bad weather can make for good photos.

We asked to see some of your dreary-weather photos and you responded. They reveal this week’s grey skies – and, as the last photo here illustrates, the fact that just because the sky is gloomy, doesn’t mean you have to be down in the dumps.

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Rebecca Moravec photo

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