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Runners, walkers and cyclists make their way along the pathways at Stephen Juba Park along Waterfront Drive Wednesday.

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Runners, walkers and cyclists make their way along the pathways at Stephen Juba Park along Waterfront Drive Wednesday. Photo Store

Hot town, summer in the city.

The summer you've been waiting for is here and it will be another 30-plus scorcher today.

A high of 31 C with a UV index of 8 (considered very high) will sizzle the sidewalks today, Environment Canada says.

Tonight will be partly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of rain to cool things off a bit with a a risk of a thunderstorm overnight.

Thursday will start out cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers and risk of a thunderstorm in the morning. But that's expected to clear in the afternoon and the high will hit 28 C.

The sun is expected back on Friday with a high of 29 C leading into a warm weekend.

Saturday and Sunday are both expected to have sun and heat, with highs of 25 C and 26 C, respectively.

Temperatures in the high 20s are expected for early next week as the forecast at this point is calling for a high of 26 C Monday and 27 C Tuesday.

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Updated on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 at 8:15 AM CDT: adds photo

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