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Windy day could churn up thunderstorm

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The sights and sounds of fall are upon us -- leaves changing to lovely colours -- but it also means wind and a chance of rain.

There will be increasing cloudiness today as Environment Canada warns there is a 30 percent chance of showers later today with a risk of a thunderstorm. The wind is from the north at 30 km/h and will be gusting up to 50 km/h this afternoon.

A high of 21 C is expected.

On Thursday, it will be a bit cooler with a high of 18 C and you can expect a mix of sun and cloud.

Friday is still looking good, with sun and a high of 25 C in the forecast.

A sunny weekend looks to be in store with a high Saturday of 24 C and Sunday not so warm at 17 C.

To open the new regular work week, there will be sunshine Monday with a high of 22 C but the low will be just 4 C, the coolest night air we've experienced in a while.

 

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