Edmonton weather: Winning with sunshine, high of 21 C

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

It’s 9 C at the Edmonton Blatchford weather station early Saturday, with 8 km/h winds out of west, northwest.

Weather, vessel for emotions, offers sunshine, a beaming glow fresh off a win. A mix of sun, cloud, sprinkles Sunday, worshipers of orange and blue ride the range heading into Game 6, finals within grasp.

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Today’s forecast

Today: Sunny, high 21 C. UV index 6 or high.

Tonight: Increasing cloudiness early in the evening, 30 per cent chance of showers overnight. Low 9 C.

Tomorrow: Mix of sun and cloud with 30 per cent chance of showers. High 20 C. UV index 5 or moderate.

Sunrise: 5:11 a.m.

Sunset: 9:54 p.m.


Max: 20 C

Min: 9 C

On this day (1996-2023):

Highest temperature: 28.2 in 2007

Lowest temperature:  3.7 in 2000


Yesterday’s temperature

High: 16.2 C

Low: 8.6 C

Precipitation: 0.0 mm

📸 Eye On Edmonton

This space is dedicated to some of the great and interesting photos taken by Postmedia photographers while they’re out and about town.

Legislature wading pool construction
Legislature grounds construction continues on the redesigned wading pools, part of a larger project that includes refurbishments to the reflecting pool and ornamental dome fountain, walkways and decking. Taken on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, in Edmonton. Greg Southam-Postmedia
dragon festival
Sandy Pon, chairwoman of the Chinatown Transformation Collaborative, holds onto one of the five large inflatable dragons custom made in China for the newly formed Dragon Festival. Here they are blown up for the first time in preparation for the Dragon Festival’s Dragons Unleashed Parade to run on 97 Street from 107 A Avenue to 105 Avenue on June 8. Taken on Thursday, May 30, 2024, in Edmonton. Greg Southam-Postmedia Photo by Greg Southam /Greg Southam
Grade three students Rio Zelada ,9, and Iona Rout ,8, from Escuela Mill Creek School take part in their annual fiesta on Friday, May 31, 2024, in Edmonton. The celebration includes dances, songs, a percussion performance and traditional wear. Students in Grades K–6 showcase different dances that represent various countries such as Peru, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Chile and Mexico. Greg Southam-Postmedia

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