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Sunny skies for Saturday, with cloudier skies and possible showers into Sunday

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While the dog days of summer are winding down, there are still plenty of events to enjoy under sunny skies this weekend.

Environment Canada’s forecast is mainly sunny for Saturday. Today’s temperature high is predicted to reach 25 C, while tonight’s evening low is predicted at 14 C. The UV index for today is 8 or very high.

On Sunday, skies might get cloudier as showers or thunderstorms are predicted to begin in early evening. The temperature high is forecasted at 26 C.

There are many festivals happening this weekend, including MEME (Manitoba Electronic Music Exhibition) at the Cube in Old Market Square, the Winnipeg BBQ & Blues Festival at Shaw Park and Rainbow Trout Music Festival near St. Malo.

The Dirty Donkey Mud Run also shakes down today at Springhill Winter Sports Park and Oasis Resort. The messy fun run is accepting walk-in participants.

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