Warm, sunny Thursday in store as summer prepares its end

The humidity is gone and temperatures have returned to near normal.

Risk of frost in Maniwaki area tonight

The sun sets over Ottawa's Central Experimental Farm Sept. 4, 2019. Skies will clear today and remain sunny for most of the day. (Simon Lasalle/CBC)

The humidity is gone and temperatures have returned to near normal in the area.

The high should climb to a seasonal 20 C Thursday afternoon, as skies clear out.

It won't be nearly as windy either, with winds out of the northeast reaching 15 to 20 km/h.

Going to the opening night of Ottawa's CityFolk? Temperatures should be in the high teens when the music gets going at 6 p.m. and around the low teens when it ends at 11 p.m.

More sun is expected Friday and after a chilly overnight low of 6 C, we should see temperatures reaching the low 20s again.

Showers are expected Friday evening into the day on Saturday.

The day could start out rainy in the Kingston area but showers will end late in the morning and the skies will clear. The high will be 20 C there as well.

Clear skies are expected for most of the day in Maniwaki, where there's a risk of frost tonight along with a low of 3 C.



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