Weather: Cloudy today, rain overnight

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Robert Cross

FILE: A runner makes her way along Dow's Lake under cloudy skies.
FILE: A runner makes her way along Dow’s Lake under cloudy skies. Photo by Wayne Cuddington /POSTMEDIA

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Mainly cloudy Sunday with winds becoming west 20 km/h gusting to 40 this morning. The high temperature will reach 18 C.

Overnight will be mainly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers and a low of 10 C.

On Monday, the chance of showers remains at 60 per cent with a high temperature of 18 C.

Monday night he skies will clear up and the low dips to 5 C.

Tuesday looks to be sunny with  16 C high temperature.

For the rest of the week, it looks like a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures in the mid to high teens.

Average temperatures for this time of year are highs of around 17 C and lows around 7 C.

Sunrise Sunday was 6:54 and the sun will set at 6:53.

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