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Expect to be treated to few more summer-like days

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If you love fall, you are going to love the weather today -- it looks like fall but feels like summer.

It will be mainly sunny today with a high of 24 C.

The wind will pick up up a bit from the southeast this morning becoming 30 km/h.

Tonight, some clouds will roll in and the low will be not so low at 15 C.

On Thursday, the unseasonably warm temperatures will continue with a high of 23 C. There will be gusty winds from the south up to 60 km/h during the day that will diminish in the evening. The low will be 14 C.

Things will cool off on Friday with Environment Canada calling for a cloudy day with a high of 16 C and a 40 percent chance of showers.

On Saturday, the weekend will start off cool with rain on Saturday and a high of 15 C.

Sunday will be worth waiting for with a high of 21 C expected. It will be on the chilly side overnight with a low of 5 C.

Monday and Tuesday, at this point, are both expected to be sunny days with highs of 23 C.

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