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Edmonton climate: Cloudy, excessive 9 C, to recollect, larks, nonetheless bravely singing, fly

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A take a look at Friday’s Edmonton climate by Surroundings Canada.

It’s 1 C on the Edmonton Blatchford climate station Saturday morning with 13 km/h winds out of the south, southeast.

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Daily is new life. This November 11, we nonetheless sit snowless, with cloudy skies and a few wind, the excessive to hit 9 C. Feeling daybreak and sundown glow, we keep in mind.

At present’s forecast

At present: Primarily cloudy. Wind turning into southwest 20 km/h within the morning. Excessive 9 C. UV index 1 or low.

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Tonight: Partly cloudy, turning into clear in a single day. Low 0 C.

Tomorrow: Primarily sunny, wind turning into southwest 20 km/h close to midday. Excessive 7 C. UV index 1 or low. Clear with a low of two C in a single day.

Dawn: 7:52 a.m.

Sundown: 4:43 p.m.

Normals:

Max: 0 C

Min: -8 C

On at the present time (1996-2022):

Highest temperature:  11.1 C in 2016

Lowest temperature: -20.2 C in 2012

Yesterday’s temperature

Excessive: 8.0 C

Low: -2.4 C

Precipitation: 0.0 mm

📸 Eye On Edmonton

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Members from the Kingsway Legion Color Celebration take part in a service of remembrance on the Alberta Legislature, in Edmonton Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. Picture by David Bloom /Postmedia
Holding an eagle staff, Chuck Isaacs, president of the Aboriginal Veterans Society of Alberta, prepares to lead a group of indigenous veterans into the City of Edmonton's National Indigenous Veterans Day event, at city hall on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023. The City of Edmonton in partnership with the Aboriginal Veterans Society of Alberta hosted the event to recognize the sacrifices and contributions that First Nations, Inuit and Metis veterans have made in service of Canada.
Holding an eagle workers, Chuck Isaacs, president of the Aboriginal Veterans Society of Alberta, prepares to guide a bunch of indigenous veterans into the Metropolis of Edmonton’s Nationwide Indigenous Veterans Day occasion at metropolis corridor on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023. The Metropolis of Edmonton in partnership with the Aboriginal Veterans Society of Alberta hosted the occasion to acknowledge the sacrifices and contributions that First Nations, Inuit and Metis veterans have made in service of Canada. Picture by David Bloom /Postmedia
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Pipe Main Alastair Briggs performs the Lament throughout a service of remembrance on the Alberta Legislature, in Edmonton Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. Picture by David Bloom //Postmedia

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