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Yoga instructor Catherine Moore heads up her yoga class called Inside Out Yoga amidst the tall grass at Fort Whyte Saturday morning. The class runs for six weeks and is open to all levels.

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Yoga instructor Catherine Moore heads up her yoga class called Inside Out Yoga amidst the tall grass at Fort Whyte Saturday morning. The class runs for six weeks and is open to all levels. Photo Store

Winter is knocking on the door this weekend.

After a Friday night filled with periods of freezing rain and light snow, Environment Canada is calling for periods of freezing drizzle this morning switching to light snow this afternoon. Whether the white stuff will stick around remains to be seen, though, as the daytime high is expected to be around the 2 C mark.

It will be windy, too, with a breeze blowing from the north at 30 km/h gusting to 50 km/h.

Tonight, look for cloudy skies and low of -4 C.

Sunday, expect cloudy skies with a 40 per cent chance of flurries in the morning. Things should clear up later in the afternoon, but it will be windy again: northwest 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h near noon.

Sunday’s high will come early in the day: minus-2 C dropping to -7 C in the afternoon.

For Remembrance Day Monday, look for sunny skies and a chilly high of -8 C.

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Updated on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 9:13 AM CST: minor editing

11:26 AM: added photo

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