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Posted: 04/27/2013 9:40 AM | Comments: 0
It’s not going to rain on our parade of predicted double digits today. Really.
Environment Canada’s weather office calls for a mix of sun and clouds Saturday with highs of 17C. No rain and mild winds from the southwest at about 20 km/h.
Stone-grey skies Saturday morning will fill in this evening with more clouds as the sun sets. Not that we can expect to see it shine much today.
Overnight dipping down to 7C and clearing a bit in the morning but winds will shift to the northwest and high will drop to 13 C Sunday.
Lows overnight will fall below the freezing mark, rising above zero Monday morning.
Monday morning the skies will finally open, with a 70 per cent chance of rain Monday, letting up Tuesday with a chilly front moving in. High Monday 14C, Tuesday 7C and overnight down to -8C. High Wednesday 1C under bright sunny skies.
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