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Edmonton’s spring flowers begin to bloom, and the weather forecast says it’s raining

Increased cloudiness. There is a 60% chance of a shower late this afternoon. The wind is southeast at 20 km / h near noon. High 13

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Currently, at Edmonton Blatchford Station, the wind is 6 C and 7 km / h from the southwest.

Spring flowers blooming in the trees behind the house have begun to burst. They are a sure sign of photography in the near future. Everyone wants to be able to strike their beauty on time. What if only the weather cooperates? It will rain a lot in the forecast for the next few days.

With my handy and dandy weather app, it can rain up to 10 mm overnight and an additional 1-3 mm on Thursday. It seems that the rain has stopped for a long weekend, but the temperature is not as warm as I expected.

Do you still have the dilemma of camping or not? That is the problem.

apelech@postmedia.com


Today’s weather forecast

today: Increased cloudiness. There is a 60% chance of a shower late this afternoon. The wind is southeast at 20 km / h near noon. High 13. UV index 3 or medium.

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tonight: Rainy season. There is a danger of a thunderstorm tonight. Amount 5-10 mm. The southeastern wind is 20km / h and will be weak tonight. The wind will gush from 20 to 40 northeast overnight. Low 6.

tomorrow: Rainy season. There is a danger of thunderstorms in the afternoon. The north wind reaches 40 at 20 km / h. High 12. UV index 2 or less.

sunrise: 5:29 am

sunset: 9:32 pm

normal

Average highest: 18 C

Average low: 7 C

yesterday

Max:15.4 C

minimum: 7.5 7.5 C

Precipitation amount: 0.0 0.0 Hmm

This day (1996-2020)

Maximum temperature: 30.3 C in 2010

Lowest Temperature: -2.2 C in 2009

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WP Wagner School students Jasper Walia, Harsimran Minhas, and school teacher Greg Sweeney will prepare their lunches at school on Tuesday, May 17, 2022. For kindly entrusted young people who show compassionate and witty teamwork. Their vision is to leave a legacy where students can make a significant impact on the community. In the first project, students donated mustard seeds packed with lunch and supper to help the Edmontonians in need.
WP Wagner School students Jasper Walia, Harsimran Minhas, and school teacher Greg Sweeney will prepare their lunches at school on Tuesday, May 17, 2022. For kindly entrusted young people who show compassionate and witty teamwork. Their vision is to leave a legacy where students can make a significant impact on the community. In the first project, students donated mustard seeds packed with lunch and supper to help the Edmontonians in need. Photo by LARRY WONG / /Post media network
On May 17, 2022, a crew of workers kicked up dust while cleaning the spring of foliage and debris on the grass and sidewalks left over from winter in downtown Edmonton.Ed Kaiser / Post Media
On May 17, 2022, a crew of workers kicked up dust while cleaning the spring of foliage and debris on the grass and sidewalks left over from winter in downtown Edmonton.Ed Kaiser / Post Media Photo by Ed Kaiser / /Post media
Jumping into the sandbox at the Triple Jump is Morgan Petras of Paul Kane High School in St. Albert during the Metro Senior High Division Track and Field Meeting at Foote Field in Edmonton on May 16, 2022.
Jumping into the sandbox at the Triple Jump is Morgan Petras of Paul Kane High School in St. Albert during the Metro Senior High Division Track and Field Meeting at Foote Field in Edmonton on May 16, 2022. Photo by Ed Kaiser / /Post media

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