Edmonton weather: Mainly sunny and (hopefully) less windy

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A look at Thursday’s Edmonton weather by Environment Canada.

It’s -3.2 C at the Edmonton Blatchford weather station with 3 km/h winds out of the west.

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One more day until the weekend, one more day until the weekend, one more day until the weekend. But who’s counting, right?

I’m not just counting down the days because I’m tired of working (I love my job, don’t fire me) but also because the weekend forecast is looking gorgeous with highs of 8 C Saturday and 9 C Sunday. Fantastic. Until then, we’re still sitting well above normal for this time of year and forecasters say we should be spared from any crazy wind gusts today. Until tomorrow that is. Then we’re back to 20-40km/h winds. Wind is the worst

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Today’s forecast

Today: Mainly sunny. High 5 C. UV index 1 or low.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind becoming south 20 km/h gusting to 40 near midnight. Low -1 C.

Tomorrow: A mix of sun and cloud. Wind south 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light in the morning. High 7 C. UV index 1 or low. Clearing overnight. Low -4 C.

Sunrise: 7:48 a.m.

Sunset: 4:46 p.m.


Max: 1 C

Min: -7 C

On this day (1996-2022):

Highest temperature:  14.8 C in 2016

Lowest temperature: -21.2 C in 2022

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Yesterday’s temperature

High: 5.1 C

Low: -1.1 C

Precipitation: 0.0 mm

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