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Here comes the heat wave!

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Six-year-old Casey Stevens and her little brother Quinn, 3, enjoy sitting on the top deck at the front of the double decker bus Saturday morning  at Assiniboine Park.

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Six-year-old Casey Stevens and her little brother Quinn, 3, enjoy sitting on the top deck at the front of the double decker bus Saturday morning at Assiniboine Park. Photo Store

We're headed into a heat wave. And lots of sun.

Saturday's sunny skies might be marred with some clouds as the day wears on and we can expect a high of 26 C. By 8 a.m., the temperature was already 17 C.

The temperature's rising as we head into the Monday holiday. Highs Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are forecast at 29 C, under brilliant sun.

Overnight lows will hover between 14 C and 16 C.

The heat spikes into the 30's starting Wednesday, with a forecast high of 30 C.

Environment Canada's weather forecast put highs at 34 C Thursday and Friday and overnight lows at 20 C.

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Updated on Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 11:59 AM CDT: Added photo

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