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TGIF: Your Weekend Forecast

Sunny skies and warmer temps to come

Happy Friday Greater Victoria!

Today you can expect a high of 16 degrees C, a mix of sun and clouds, and a 60% chance of rain.

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However gloomy Friday may seem, this weekend is looking up!

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Saturday will see mostly sunny skies and a high of 19 degrees C and Sunday is expected to be sunny with a high of 21 degrees C.

So, if you’re planning on heading to the Harbour Cats game tonight at Royal Athletic Park at 6:30 pm you may want to bring a sweater and umbrella, just to be safe.

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