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Posted: 07/5/2013 7:29 AM | Comments: 0
Let the sunshine in.
A sunny day today will see the temperature reach a high of 30 C. Slather on the sun screen if you are outside to save your skin as there will be a UV index of 9 or very high.
Clouds will gather overnight and Environment Canada says to expect a mainly cloudy day on Saturday with a high of 24 C. There is a 60 per cent chance of rain in the afternoon and evening with the risk of a thunderstorm.
There will be a mix of sun and cloud on Sunday with a high of 23 C.
To start the new regular work week, Monday's forecast is for sun and a high of 25 C. High are expected to be back in the low 30s by mid-week.
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