Romandie Stage 2 weather report

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Today's second stage of the 2006 Tour de Romandie is held in the heart of the Jura mountains, which provides some explanation for the two Category 1 mountains en route. Yesterday's stage winner Robbie McEwen was hoping for a dry day in the saddle, but unfortunately for him and the rest of the peloton, intermittent showers are expected throughout the stage, with a minimum temperature of 7°C and a maximum of 17. 10-30 km/h winds will be blowing in from the northeast, but gusts of 40-60 km/h are not out of the question.

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