Edmonton weather: Slowly but surely, it’s heating up


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

Friday morning temperatures at the Edmonton Blatchford station measured 9.6 C with 7 km/h winds out of the southwest.

I don’t want to keep looking towards the future and ignoring the present but it’s hard not to notice that huge jump in temperatures on the horizon. Forecasters are now calling for a high of 30 C Sunday, and equally hot temperatures for Monday and Tuesday to boot.

We’ve had a nice break from the heat lately but I’m over it now. I’m ready for another significant stretch of hanging out on the deck and breaking out the pool for the doggos. One of these days I really need to get one of those human pools I’ve heard so much about.

Today’s forecast

Today: A mix of sun and cloud. Wind becoming west 20 km/h gusting to 40 this morning. High 22 C. UV index 7 or high.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind west 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light this evening. Low 11 C.

Tomorrow: A mix of sun and cloud. Wind becoming west 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the morning. High 20 C. UV index 7 or high. Cloudy periods overnight. Low 12 C.

Sunrise: 6:12 a.m.

Sunset:9:05 p.m.

Normals

Average High: 22 C

Average Low: 11C

Yesterday

Max: 21.1 C

Min: 10.9C

Total Precipitation: 0.0 mm

On This Day (1997-2019)

Highest temperature: 29.3 C (2014)

Lowest temperature: 5.9 C (2000)

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Second year MacEwan University student Devyn Pierog (front left) is helped by her family as she moves into residence and prepares to return to classes in September, in Edmonton Thursday Aug. 13, 2020. Photo by David Bloom
Second year MacEwan University student Devyn Pierog (front left) is helped by her family as she moves into residence and prepares to return to classes in September, in Edmonton Thursday Aug. 13, 2020. David Bloom/Postmedia
(left to right) New MacEwan University president Dr. Annette Trimbee tours Kihêw Waciston, the university's Indigenous student centre, with Director of Indigenous Initiatives Terri Suntjens, in Edmonton Thursday Aug. 13, 2020. Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch's painting Power in the Water and Sky is visible in the background. Photo by David Bloom
(left to right) New MacEwan University president Dr. Annette Trimbee tours Kihêw Waciston, the university’s Indigenous student centre, with Director of Indigenous Initiatives Terri Suntjens, in Edmonton Thursday Aug. 13, 2020. Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch’s painting Power in the Water and Sky is visible in the background. David Bloom/Postmedia

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