Thursday is expected to be mainly sunny with a high of 25 C. Overnight will see a few clouds with increasing cloudiness after midnight and an overnight low of 12 C. (Matteus O’Connor/News Staff)

Mainly sunny skies for Thursday following record-breaking temperatures

Plus a look ahead at your weekend forecast

Thursday is expected to be mainly sunny with a high of 25 C. Overnight will see a few clouds with increasing cloudiness after midnight and an overnight low of 12 C.

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Friday will be mainly cloudy clearing near noon with a high of 22 C and an overnight low of 12 C.

Saturday will be sunny with a high of 22 C and an overnight low of 13 C.

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Sunday will be sunny with a high of 21 C and an overnight low of 13 C.



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