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Sunny weekend ahead, with some wind and a chance of showers overnight

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If you’ve been living for the weekend, then you’re in luck.

Environment Canada’s forecast calls for sunny skies today and tomorrow with some windy gusts for good measure today. Winds blowing south should amp up from 30 km/h to 50 km/h today. The predicted temperature high is 28 C and the UV index is 8 or very high, so slather on some sunscreen.

Tonight, the forecast calls for a 60 per cent chance of showers or thunderstorms after midnight, which should clear before morning. The temperature low is predicted as 15 C.

On Sunday, things are looking sunny once more with winds blowing north 20 km/h becoming lighter in the evening. The predicted temperature high is 24 C.

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