Edmonton weather: Your weekend has a mix of sunshine, rain and wind

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A look at Friday’s weather by Environment Canada.

It’s 10 C at the Edmonton Blatchford weather station with 35 km/h winds out of the west northwest.

A little known fact for you to start your morning. On this day last year, we set a record of 29.4 C.

That won’t be the case today.

The sun will be shining, but we will be once again dealing with those howling winds. The winds will be gusting to as high as 50km/h this morning, but dying down to a slightly-less gusting 30km/h winds the rest of the day.

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As we head into the weekend, Saturday the temperature drops to just 8 C with periods of rain. So, if you’re heading to any of the Oilers Watch Parties, layer up you may want to bring an umbrella, just in case if you’re outside.

Temperatures rise to 15 C on Sunday, and the howling winds we’ve dealt with the last few days will be gone!

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Friday’s forecast

Friday: Sunny. Wind becoming northwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 early this morning. High 20 C. UV index 5 or moderate.

Tonight: Clear. Increasing cloudiness after midnight then 60 per cent chance of showers overnight. Wind northwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming light this evening. Low 5 C

Saturday: Periods of rain. Wind north 20 km/h gusting to 40. High 8 C. UV index 2 or low.

Sunrise: 5:06 a.m.

Sunset: 10 p.m.


Max: 21 C

Min: 9 C

On this day (1996-2023):

Highest temperature: 29.4 C in 2023

Lowest temperature:  3.5 C in 2019


Thursday’s temperature

High: 19.5 C

Low: 9.6 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.

Nixon Davies, 3, checks out the giant hockey glove holding a cheeto sculpture outside Rogers Place, in Edmonton on Thursday. Nixon and his father Ian Davies (just out of frame) had just stopped at the Edmonton Oilers store to purchase new team hats. Photo by David Bloom /Postmedia
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The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) Pipes and Drums opens the Woodall Cup soccer tournament at St. Nicholas catholic junior high school in Edmonton on Thursday. EPS Constable Dan Woodall died in the line of duty on June 8, 2015, and his love of soccer led to Woodall Cup being held in his honour. Photo by David Bloom /Postmedia
Stephanie Burlie sings Amazing Grace during the annual homeless memorial on Thursday Thursday. The event remembers Edmontonians who have died due to homelessness. Photo by David Bloom /Postmedia

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