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Weather: April showers will dominate the next few days

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Author of the article: Lois Kirkup Rain showers bring spring flowers. Photo by Ed Kaiser /POSTMEDIA Sunday is expected to be in the mid-teens with some April showers on tap. Clouds should roll in Sunday morning with a 40 per cent change of showers late in the morning, a few showers beginning near noon, according…

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Rain showers bring spring flowers. Photo by Ed Kaiser /POSTMEDIA Sunday is expected to be in the mid-teens with some April showers on tap.

Clouds should roll in Sunday morning with a 40 per cent change of showers late in the morning, a few showers beginning near noon, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada. A high of 15 C and a northwest wind at 30 km/h gusting to 50. The forecast low is -3 C.

The sun should appear again late Monday morning, the high 11 C with a low of 0 C under clear skies.

Rain is in the forecast for the rest of the week with highs ranging from 13 C to 17 C.

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The on and off rain showers did not stop Jackie Hirvonen from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Bylaw and security vehicles were driving through the pathways keeping an eye people were following COVID-19 rules and enjoying the outdoor space safely. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Bylaw and security vehicles were driving through the pathways keeping an eye people were following COVID-19 rules and enjoying the outdoor space safely. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop Jackie Hirvonen from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

The on and off rain showers did not stop people from heading out to stroll through the Arboretum, part of the Central Experimental Farm, Sunday, April 25, 2021, to enjoy the blossoms on the apple trees and the magnolias. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

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