Weather shouldn't affect bevy of outdoor events planned for weekend

Lisa Goudy
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Environment Canada

From the annual Toy Run to the Terry Fox Run, this weekend is full of outdoor events.

According to Environment Canada, the wicked winds that have blown through the Friendly City are expected to die down for the weekend. By early this evening, the wind is expected to blow west at 20 kilometres an hour.

The clouds are anticipated to disappear on Friday, which has a high of 29 Celsius and a low of 6 Celsius. Saturday’s forecast has a high of 22 Celsius and a low of 7 Celsius and the skies are expected to be sunny.

However, things are projected to cool down on Sunday with a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 14 and a low of 4. Earlier this week, winds gusted up to 70 kilometres an hour. The Weather Network is mirroring a similar forecast.

According to the Weather Network, on Saturday, the wind is expected to blow from the north at 25 km/h and northwest at 10 kilometres an hour on Sunday.

For more information, see an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: Environment Canada, Times-Herald

Geographic location: Friendly

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