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Here comes that rainy day feeling again.

What you see is what you get today as this cloudy day will produce showers this morning, with a risk of a thunderstorm.

Environment Canada's forecast says it will clear late this afternoon but best keep that rain slicker on standby. The high today willbe 22 C.

Tonight there will be a northwest wind of 20 km/h that will become light as the evening wears on with a low of 14 C.

There's a couple of scorchers in store for the next couple of days as sun is expected to return in full force. On Wednesday, the high will be 27 C, and Thursday the high will be 30 C.

Showers are in Friday's forecast at this point with a high of 25 C.

For the weekend, sunny skies are in store with a high of 26 C on Saturday and a high of 29 C on Sunday.

The regular work week will open up with a sunny Monday and high of 28 C.

 

 

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Updated on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 9:01 AM CDT: adds photo

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