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Mix of sun and cloud today, but risk of showers tonight

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A pedestrian crosses the street in a school zone at McKenzie Street and Burrows Avenue Monday morning. The new 30 km/h speed by-law takes effect today.

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A pedestrian crosses the street in a school zone at McKenzie Street and Burrows Avenue Monday morning. The new 30 km/h speed by-law takes effect today. Photo Store

Hopefully you won’t need to put that umbrella to work on this Labour Day.

Environment Canada is calling for a mixed bag weather-wise today, with a mix of sun and cloud this morning before a 60 per cent chance of showers creep into the picture. There’s also a risk of a thunderstorm.

Today’s high is 22 C.

Look for mainly cloudy skies and a 60 per cent chance of showers early this evening. A low of 11 C is expected as the skies clear up overnight.

Tuesday’s forecast is for a mix of sun and cloud and a 30 per cent chance of showers in the afternoon. Again, there is a risk of a thunderstorm. The high is 21 C.

Look for more of the same conditions on Wednesday.

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Updated on Monday, September 1, 2014 at 11:26 AM CDT: adds photo

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