Weekend Outlook: A blustery fall weekend

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Windchill values for most of the weekend will linger around 5, but we should see some sunshine for a bit of heat if you can shelter from the wind

The rain will exit the Sault region as we head into the weekend and be replaced by chilly, northerly winds. Those winds will hang on for this coming weekend and help drop temperatures into the single digits.  Windchill values for most of the weekend will linger around 5, but we should see some sunshine for a bit of heat if you can shelter from the wind.

On Friday, we will see cloudy skies, with light rain on and off throughout the day. A northerly breeze will keep temperatures near 10°C all day.

Cooler air arrives Saturday with a mix of sun and cloud. Daytime highs will only reach 8°C, but that north wind will bring windchill values near 5.

We should see some sunshine on Sunday, but the cool, northerly wind will keep afternoon temperatures near 9°C. Frost is likely overnight into Monday.

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