Edmonton Weather: Be Dazzled, Dazzled, as the Heat Rises

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It is 16°C at the Edmonton Blatchford weather station early Sunday morning, with winds of 9 km/h from the west, northwest.

It’s been a slow click-click-click on the rollercoaster, but we’re approaching the 30°C peak range! Be dazzled by 24 C on Sunday before blasting into 27 C for your Monday, then a dizzying 31 C acrobatic heat all around us on Tuesday. The carnival of clouds interspersing the last few days is moving away to make way for the hottest summer acts. Come in, free show, on foot, bike-wheel, flip turn, swing!

Today’s forecast

Today: Sunny, becoming a mix of sun and cloud near noon. Winds west 20 km/h at noon. High 24 C. UV index 6 or higher.

This evening: A few clouds, west wind 20 kph, becoming light in the evening. Low 15 C.

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Tomorrow: Sunny, high 27 C. Humidex 29. UV index 8 or very high.

Sunrise: 5:18

Sunset: 10:01 p.m.

Normals:

Max: 23C

Minimum: 12C

Yesterday

Max: 24.1 VS

Minimum: 14 VS

Precipitation: 1.1 millimeter

That Day (1996-2020)

Highest temperature: 33 C in 2001

Lowest temperature: 5.5 C in 2009

📸 A look at Edmonton

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Cyclists take part in the largest MS cycling event in Canada in Leduc Alberta on July 9, 2022. The route for the MS is from Leduc to Camrose and back. Jason Franson for Postmedia Photo by JASON FRANSON /00096719A
Chelsea Depape takes advantage of a warm afternoon to read a book at Hawrelak Park in Edmonton Alberta, July 9, 2022. Jason Franson for Postmedia
Chelsea Depape takes advantage of a warm afternoon to read a book at Hawrelak Park in Edmonton Alberta, July 9, 2022. Jason Franson for Postmedia Photo by JASON FRANSON /00096738A
Edmontonians catch nightlife and comedy at the third annual Grindstone <a class=Comedy Festival in Edmonton on Friday, July 8, 2022. The festival runs until July 10. The City of Edmonton is looking to create a position to support the city’s nighttime economy. bars, theaters, musical performances and more. Photo by Ian Kucerak” class=”embedded-image__image lazyload” src=”https://smartcdn.gprod.postmedia.digital/edmontonjournal/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/20220708-ik-054_271287396-w.jpg?quality=90&strip=all&w=288″ srcset=”https://smartcdn.gprod.postmedia.digital/edmontonjournal/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/20220708-ik-054_271287396-w.jpg?quality=90&strip=all&w=288, https://smartcdn.gprod.postmedia.digital/edmontonjournal/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/20220708-ik-054_271287396-w.jpg?quality=90&strip=all&w=576 2x” height=”750″ loading=”lazy” width=”1000″/>
Edmontonians catch nightlife and comedy at the third annual Grindstone Comedy Festival in Edmonton on Friday, July 8, 2022. The festival runs until July 10. The City of Edmonton is looking to create a position to support the city’s nighttime economy. bars, theaters, musical performances and more. Photo by Ian Kucerak Photo by Ian Kucerak /Postmedia

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