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Warmer weather expected in Saskatoon

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Saskatoon will have more sunny days ahead with clear skies on the weekend.

According to Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), Friday will be warmer with a high of 25 C under clear skies. Winds will pick up in the afternoon, becoming westerly at 20 kilometres per hour (km/hr) gusting up to 40 km/hr near noon.

During the night, skies will remain clear for a while and become partly cloudy later in the evening. The low temperature will drop to a cool 10 C.

The sunny skies continue on Saturday with a high of 25 C and it will be a windy day with northwest winds gusting up to 50 km/hr in the morning.

Clear skies are expected for Saturday night, with the low dropping down to a chilly 4 C.

Saskatoon will have a sunny Sunday again with a high of 20 C and the clouds will roll in overnight with the low reaching 9 C.

The work week ahead will bring a mix of sunshine and showers, with Monday having a mix of sun and clouds with windy conditions.

According to ECCC, there's a chance of showers on Monday night and Tuesday with a high of only 12 C.

The rest of the week will see a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low to mid-teens.

See Jeff Rogstad's CTV Saskatoon forecast in the video player at the top of this article.

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