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Sunny, warm long weekend expected

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If the long weekend promises to be a sustained feast of sunny, not-too-hot summer weather, Friday’s forecast is the scrumptious appetizer.

Today will be sunny with a high of 22 C with a UV index of 7. (It may not be all that hot, but you’ll still need sunscreen.)

By this afternoon, a mix of sun and clouds is expected with wind becoming northwest 20 km/h late this afternoon. By tonight, the temperatures will fall to a sleep-friendly 12 C.

On to the main course: Saturday’s forecast calls for sunny skies and a high of 23 C. Sunday’s skies will be equally sunny with a high of 24 C. By Monday, a few clouds may appear with the sunny skies, but the temperature will still hit a balmy 24 C.

In short, this should be the kind of three-day weekend that makes up for all those rainy-cloudy-stormy holiday weekends of years past.

Enjoy.

 

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