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Sun? What sun? How about some more rain, instead

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The sun, that burning ball of gas high in the sky that we expect to see at this time of year, will remain elusive today.

We can look forward to drizzle through the morning, cloudy skies in the afternoon and a high of 14 C.

Tonight, Environment Canada's forecast cautions there is a risk of frost -- yes, frost -- with a low of 3 C.

That's the coldest evening expected this week as the lows through Sunday are in the mid-teens.

Sunshine is finally expected on Thursday with a high of 22 C and this sun is expected to carry at least halfway through the weekend.

Friday will be sunny with a high of 24 C. There will be a high of 26 C and more sun on Saturday.

Clouds will roll in Sunday with a 40 percent chance of showers and a high of 24 C.

Looking ahead to next week, the forecast at this point is showing highs of 27 C for both Monday and Tuesday.

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