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More clouds and then rain is expected, as temperatures stay cool for the next day or so. A nice weekend is predicted coming up, however.
Environment Canada is calling for cloudy skies this afternoon, with a 60 per cent chance of showers starting just before lunch and extending through the rest of the day. The high will be 18ºC.
Rain is expected this evening, with about 5 mm overnight, along with northeast winds at 20 km/h. The low overnight will be 11ºC.
Rain through tomorrow will bring another 5–10 mm, although it should end early tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures tomorrow will hit just 17ºC, with 30 km/h winds from the east most of the day.
Things begin to improve for the end of the week, with sunny skies on Friday and a high of 19ºC, then more sun through the weekend, with highs around 23ºC on Saturday and Sunday.
At this point, Monday looks like it'll see a mix of su nand cloud with a high of 24ºC, followed by clouds on Tuesday and a high of 17ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 20ºC, the normal low is 8ºC.
The hottest its been on a Sept. 3 was in 1978, when it was 35.7ºC. The coldest ever was in 1974, when it was 1.7ºC.