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Lovely days ahead but crisp autumn nights beginning

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Those cozy sweaters you put on a high shelf for the summer?

Well, it's time to bring 'em down. We're still having some nice days but we're getting single-digit temperatures at night this week.

The sun will try show its face today but it will be mainly cloudy day with a high of 20 C and a low tonight of 6 C.

There will be some fog patches overnight as the weather will warm up for a couple of days heading into the weekend but cool off again by Sunday.

Friday's high will be 26 C with a low of 6 C. It will be a bit windy on Friday morning as a southwest wind of 30 km/h will be gusting up to 50 km/h.

Saturday will be sunny and warm with a high of 23 C while Sunday's high is only expected to reach 18 C.

Environment Canada's forecast, looking ahead into the start of the regular work week, says highs are expected to be in the mid-20s on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

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