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Chance of flurries today

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Last-minute leaf rakers may be battling flurries and gusts of wind today.

Environment Canada is predicting a 30 per cent chance of flurries later this morning and early afternoon with the mercury only reaching 2 C.

The wind will increase through the day from 20 km/hr from the north to 40 and gusts of 60 by afternoon.

Tonight both the winds and the temperature will drop with the wind becoming light by midnight and the temperature dropping to a low of -7C.

Monday’s temperature is expected to stay below zero with a high of -3 C, Tuesday will reach only -1 C, but both Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be above normal at 7 C.

Normal high temperatures at this time of year are 6 C.

Saturday’s temperatures reached a high of 5.5C and a low of 1 C.

 

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