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Don't waste Wednesday's wonderful weather

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Get out there and soak up the sun and heat today, because the forecast for the rest of the week isn't so peachy.

Environment Canada is calling for a mostly sunny morning, with some clouds appearing later in the day. The daytime high temperature is 29 C.

On Thursday, storm clouds roll in and a 60 per cent chance of rain is expected for most of the day and evening. The high is 23 C.

Dreary skies are expected Friday through Sunday, with the possibility of showers all three days. The daytime high Friday is 23 C and down to 20 C Saturday, but a very wet Sunday could be entirely miserable with a high of just 15 C added in.

More rain is forecast for the start of the last week of August.

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